It's got 12V to the monitor, but I get no "On" light nor any glow on the screen. Given to me by a friend who had the same problem he was going to junk it but I decided to play with it to see if I could get it going. Any suggestions (I powered it up on the bench-not connected to a computer)
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Try a different power cable. If it uses a 'brick' type power supply, try a different one. If that doe not fix it, the monitor is bad (which is why it was given to you). Monitors are cheap, get a new one. Good Luck.
The board with 200-100-SH700 on it may be the problem. I came up empty trying to find anything with that number, there should be some other number either ink-stamped on the board or on a paper sticker. Google can be your friend if you find the right number. Somewhere there may be someone with one of the same with a broken screen. Ebay?
well friend if the fuse is the problem, you will not see any power light indicator. probably theres a problem in power supply circuits or most probably the horizontal deflection circuits. which includes the horizontal oscillator, horizontal drive, horizontal output and maybe the flyback itself. but if you dont know anything about this, better bring it to a qualified tv technician. good luck!