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No Power or responce when turned on

My Monitor wont turn on at all, nothing but the light on the power brick I just wanna know who to call to have it fixed? a TV repair shop? or a computer shop? what? and anyone know how much it would cost to fix, maybe an easy problem like the fuse just needs to be replaced?

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  • phartstar Jan 29, 2009

    i have the same problem, am handy with a soldering iron but can't get the back cover off of the monitor. i don't wanna break it any suggestions on how to remove the cover without forcing it? tried the trusty pick set to push the tabs in, but it doesn't seem to give, don't wanna crack the glass.



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This is a Common problem MOST if NOT ALL, problems like this with this type of fault it is invairably a problem with the Power Supply, in the PSU Electrolytic capacitors dry out and often cause this type of exact problem... It is a relitively simple fix, by replacing the caps with new ones... Any good shop should be able to fix for a modest fee.. OR if ya know anyone handy with a soldering iron maybe they could do it for you there are generally about 4 - 6 to replace... in the PS section, just do them all to be safe.. Generally most LCD's problems can be traced back to a bad PSU... almost 80% of the "problems" I find in my shop are indeed this.

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