IC Power 19'' LCD Product PA192D Model # 900G quit working
I turned off the room power for a few hours, turned it back on, and everything came on as normal except this monitor. No LED, no indicator what so ever. Have trested cord, and there is power. Still, I changed cords, and changed outlets. No operation. Monitor working fine this AM. Someone mentioned a power board/inverter? There is also a slot in the back that has a lock symbol and "K" stamped in the lock...???
Re: IC Power 19'' LCD Product PA192D Model # 900G quit...
I C Power PA192D Model 900G, Mfg Sep '05 19inch LCD I purchased this monitor at Goodwill not working for $20. The 900G power light failed to come on and there was no video when turned on. To fix, first pull the 2 screws at the bottom of the back side of the monitor_ note this face is NOT removed by prying with a screwdriver like other monitors, it IS removed by sliding the face plate Upwards. Remove the LCD screws and remove the wires to the backlights carefully noting what goes where. Remove the metal cover and remove the 110volt power board. I found smoke trails under the cover and a swollen 470uf25v capacitor number C206, and replaced C110, C211 all were 470uf. Reassembled and found no change. Tore down again, used the ESR meter CapAnalyzer 88a and found C114 47uf25v to be 30% working, the volt ohm showed the cap to be good, that's why the ESR meter was needed. Replaced the 47uf25v C114, tested the large 100uf 450v capacitor, it tested only slightly under spec , could not find a 100uf at Radio Shack so did not replace it. So in this attempt the only thing changed was the 47uf C114. Reassembled and now works perfectly.
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first check with your both power supply out put is coming 19 Volts dc. if its not coming check with multi meter primary and secondary of your adopter continuity.if no continuity replace with proper working adopter.
The most common cause of power up issues with the Gateway FPD1960 monitor is a failure of the filter capacitors on the AIP-0100 power supply board in the unit. Here is a link to repair information for that board.
the_princes, On the rear side of LCD screen that you look at are two each long, straight, cold-cathode-fluorescent-tubes that need to "LIGHT-UP"and provide pure WHITE light to be reflected through the LCD glass panel that you look at from the front side! If you don't have any luck with Gateway providing warranty service or doing a swapout with them, then you should possibly look into having it Refurbished by someone locally in your area. I highly recommend that you go to youtube and watch some video clips of LCD MONITOR REPAIR to see exactly what you are getting involved with. When making a post to tthis site you should always give some "history" along with the trouble "symptom" such as how old is unit and approximate total amount of "ON" time the unit has. I hope you can use the info provided. I'm louie12fix on fixya or email@example.com Bye for now.
This is a follow up to my last submission about my discovery of bad caps on the FPD1960 LCD flat screen Gateway 19" computer monitor. To recap: After two and a half years of excellent graphics quality, my monitor suddenly went blackout. After pushing the power-on button, the screen would come on for 1-second, then go black. Repeat, again and again, same result; comes on for 1 second then blackout. THE REPAIR: After carefully but forcefully prying open the case, I unscrewed and unplugged then removed the screen and set it aside, then unscrewed and removed the power supply board. Sure as shootin, bulging (and slightly leaking) capacitors were immdiately apparant on this board. That other fella's submission was right on target. Search Wikipedia for "bulging capacitors" to get the inside scoop on this widespread problem. Major manufacturers are well aware of this issue, but fortunately for them it occurs some 2-years out'a the box, and after the warranty expires. This is one time I wish I'd bought the extended warranty! Anyway, I finally got my 5 caps from Ebay in the mail today. Specifically, they are 470uF 25volt 105-degree (use only 105's because some are right near a power transister heat sink---so I'll bet they get mighty friggin hot. After carefully replacing the old caps with the new (you'll need a solder ****** along with your solder iron), I reassembled, powered-up, and began to thoroughly enjoy the fruits of my labor. It's working like new once again. THE CAPS ON THE POWER SUPPLY BOARD ARE DEFECTIVE.