Question about Xerox XG-71D 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
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?
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.
Posted on Jul 30, 2007
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