Were do you suggest I look for this cable (P-Two AWM 20969 E221612) ?
I've tried many stores, including Dell and can't find the cable. It is for a Dell E173FPf LCD monitor. It connects the inverter board to the display.
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Re: Flat Cable (P-Two AWM 20969 E221612)
You need to be patient because if you cant get it from the dell stores and still you can get it online you will need to visit a computer hardware vendor/ repairer who have thesame monitor but the monitor is completely damaged so that he can repalce it for you. but it is going to be expensive.
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I suggest your try a different outlet, if your using a strip, try connecting it directly to the power outlet. Also most of the monitor has the same power cable as the computer, try swapping the power cable and make sure only the power cable is connected to test the monitor. If still doesnt power on, call Dell and have it replaced if still has a warranty if not, repalce the monitor.
Confirm your cables did not work themselves loose. Try using a different power cable to confirm that it was not the cable. Finally try a lamp in the socket you are using for the monitor power cable, if you are not using a power bar but even then just to rule that out. If the only thing left is that your monitor is dead, you will need to recycle that one and purchase yourself another one. Sorry
I would suggest , check the monitor connections again. Dell flat panels are plug and play and donnot require additional drivers.
Make sure , you have not connected , both the analog (vga cable with a blue connector) and the digital (dvi cable with a white connector) to the back of your computer.
Refer to the the link below , to troubleshoot the monitor http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/monitors/E193FP/En/trouble.htm
This sounds like the back light is gone on the monitir... to check this look very close at the monitor whet the PC has booted, if you see a VERY dim image on screen then it suggests that the back light is gone.
Many monitors hace a 3 year warranty so I would try a warranty claim before throwing it away