Question about ViewSonic VX724 17" LCD Monitor
I have just cracked open a Viewsonic VX724 monitor with the same problems mentioned above. This is a power supply issue. As I am a technician I can repair my power supply by replacing a few capacitors and a couple of surface mount transistors on the back of the power supply PCB. If you aren't a technician than I would suggest you weigh the cost and either source a new powersupply and install it or scrap your monitor.
Dillon, Trace Electronics, Barrie ONT, Canada
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
There are bulbs that light up the display so you can see it on the inside. They go out, just like the bulb in your bathroom. No way to fix this and get the dam thing back together. Toss it and get a new one. I've got photos of the one I took apart. It's a mess. But very cool to look at.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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