Question about Liquid Video A170E101 Monitor
Hello Sorry to bother you but Ive been trying to find information with no sucess for the values of the output caps to the 4 cffl's in a Liquid Video A170E101 Monitor's inverter/power board also the one xformer is open and needs to be replaced. I took readings on all the output caps going to the CFFL's and they all appreard open w/ a ohm meter. it has a inverter board Sumida IV90110/T a 19v input. I also wonderd if the transformers could be replaced with the piezo kind and would a lot have to be modifyed for that type to work? All of the caps are surface mount I desoiderd 2 of them. I am not sure if they are ceramic multi-layer caps i just have to look at them in a magnifying light these have no values on them at all. I hope you can help me I can pay you for the info if I get it to work too. I am a maintenance / tech person I understand electricty not too much electronics but i can fix some of those problems. Thanks Ken
Did you find out anything about the caps. My inverter board has the same problem.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
Hello,what is the numbers on the board you have and what revision is it? I have a non working monitor that powers up but has a bad raster board which displays vertical gray bands on the screen. power bd,inverter bd case, screen,and control bd are all in good cond.I may be able to get you a value on the caps or sell you the unit for spare parts. I am not going to repair this unit like I normally would most others.spuds619 firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on May 05, 2007
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