I saw you answer a question about LCD screens going out
My Aopens screen comes on for 3 seconds before going out but the monitor stays powered on, I have my Inverter/Power board remove from it quite certain this is the cause but cannot find a replacement board anywhere. I've searched and searched and have attempted to contact AOpen multiple times with no luck and cant seem to find this board anywhere.
I was hoping maybe you knew somewhere to find one. The model on the board itself is JT198AP 2202126501.
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The capacitors are bad those are the only thing that need replaceing, the componenets on the board are likely fine if you like we can arrage a deal and you can ship me the boards to repair them let me know
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Power light coming on when you plug it in but no
lighting of the screen is usually caused by the power inverter board
having gone bad. Common on the 17s due to their age is a bad bulb or more.
I repair these 90% of the time
There is probably a bad capacitor within the monitor that will not allow the picture to "hold" in the on configuration. This will need to be replaced. You can send it back to Phillips, or 17" monitors are pretty cheap these days. I would suggest a Samsung or BenQ. They both carry 3yr warranties.