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I now what is the problem . The problem is on the power board of the monitor is a mini board and control the menu, volume ect.. I call Hp manufacture but he say don't sales this part He say buy a new for $200.00 that to easy for the company the customers is ****.

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There is a common problem with the power board that needs about $6 USD in parts from radioshack. Search Instructables at the MAKE site...

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User Controls
A brief description and the location of all LCD Monitor function controls and indicators:
Figure 2-1
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available in market

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no photos of said window presented? i cant see them?
must be OSD? the monitor brain on screen display (menu)?
even with the DVI cable pulled?
only a monitor stated, w1907, no PC
some monitors have button lock
read the manual ?oops HP deleted it...
it tells you to push the menu key on the monitor for 10 seconds
and it unlocks. (4 buttons right side left button is MENU)
doom?
that power deal sounds super bad, like the power supply is bad.
if the monitor fails by its self not plugged it to a PC
then the monitors is bad.
try a reset on it? ( power off for 1hr, or off then plug in with power button held? or power on with menu held (wild guesses but common practice)
ok found your manual page 4-8 shows menu page advanced
list line in list factory reset.
but if the keys are dead, and power lamp failing
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and expensive


ever see the support page, read the guides
?

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-w1907-19-inch-Widescreen-LCD-Monitor/3709665/model/3709666


its over 10 years old now. 2007?
walmart has larger one for $50
cheaper that parts or repair this.... vastly

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