Question about Impression Products Impression 7LSP 17" LCD Monitor w/ Speakers
The monitors are 3-4 years old and this is the 4th one to develope this problem in the last 6 months. I have a total of about 40 more of these, so this is a pattern I would like to stop. I haven't been able to find any cold solder joints or caps that are physically distorted. I work for a school, so the idea of having to budgeting is tight and having to replace 40 LCD's next year isn't an attractive prospect.
Are these plugged directly to the wall or into power strips? Monitors and TV's are very sensitive to electricity fluctuations and so, should be plugged into qualty surge protectors if not full APC block set-ups.
Posted on Jul 24, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its probably an inverter fault, you may just be able to see some things bit its very dark.
I would check out the cost of repair against the cost of a replacement, new or second hand. It may be best just to dump it.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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