Question about Dell E172FP 17" LCD Flat Panel Monitor
Can you give some guidance to a handyman? In regards to your reply beolw, I have the same problem with my monitor, is it possible for a handyman to purchase and replace the inverter or do I need to take the monitor to a professional? Or is it more cost effective to purchase a new monitor?
posted on Sep 25, 2008
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Hi...Ya! It's seems your LCD monitor backlight inverter just run out of lucks... it's burnt out. Need to replaced a new inverter. Have a nice day!
Sorry... to replied to late, just got back from vacation...Hehehe! Sure you can... don't waste your hard earned $$$ to a Prof. You can purchase and replaced yourself. That it... if you can find the parts.:) But you can try to repaired yourself by replaced a few capacitors... Good lucks!
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