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Actually my monitor was stuck with little water so according to solution in online i kept a 100w bulb about 3cm gap between monitor and bulb up to half-an-hour.the monitor was off when i put that light after that then i saw a black big spot around 5cm diameter when i removed light i began to decrease slowly after that i turned monitor i noticed a yellow spot due my fault and over heat the remaining part of display was excellent suggest any solution or can replace led inside it or i can remove it thanks in advance pls reply to firstname.lastname@example.org
No you cannot replace an individual LED, it's simply too hard for yourself to do it. The led is a sheet of led diodes and to replace one is very difficult, requiring lots of soldering etc. You should get it to a repair shop where they have spare exchangeable panels which is easier to replace. Also the yellowish colour is probably due to the pixel itself being burnt, not the LED light.
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just tore mine apart so here is some help. You need to remove the two screws on the back of the case on the bottom. Then you remove the front cover it slides toward the top of the screen then lifts off. You can pry it off if that doesn't work. If you want to seperate the screen from the back cover you then need to remove the swivel mount and the other two screws from the back cover.
Posted on Jan 04, 2007
SOURCE: Monitor displaying yellow tint
Try this. Worked for me immediately, including with PhotoShop
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Posted on Jan 29, 2009
SOURCE: Monitor blacks out...
You could connect it to a different PC to determine whether it's the monitor or video card, corrupted driver, etc....
Let us know how it goes, and we'll try to help.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
This is a classic VP930 problem.
It is caused by bad capacitors in the power supply circuit.
Open the monitor, and look at the power board. There are six capacitors. Replace the 220uF @ 25V and the 1000uF @ 16V capacitors. I would recommend replacing them with 35V and 25V capacitors respectively.
If the serial number on your monitor starts with Q8H you could also have a bad IC on the main board. Q8 on the main board is an FET in an IC package. If this problem persists solder a wire from the right side to the left side. There is one pin that turns the IC on and off. All the other pins (per side) are soldered together. Do not solder the pin on the left side that is by itself. Just leave it. Solder ALL the other pins on the left to ALL the other pins on the right.
Remember, do this ONLY if the problem persists after replacing the capacitors AND if your serial number starts with Q8H.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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