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Dell Model no. 2607C. 26 inch monitor. LED at power switch button comes on blue then flases amber three times and continues to repeat. Power board shows high heat at diode TVS901. appears to have open circuit at connection, copper trace is burn't. Diode shows open in one direction and some resistence in opposite direction. Caps all test good using DCR ESR CapAnalyzer.Tried repairing the trace using same diode, Amber flashes went from 5 to three. What is the value of the diode? and any other suggestions. Thanks, Dan

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    Bob Adam Sep 10, 2011

    I'm in the exact same boat, did you ever get anywhere with yours, it was almost three years ago, but it would help me out. I've checked caps which are all good, I've got a nice burn mark but the traces all seem to be good all around that diode. When I turn mine on I get solid blue light, but you can't turn it off with the button, and nothing shows up on the screen. I found the value but the diode appears to work correctly too.

  • rene Oct 01, 2015

    Just saw the same thing around that diode. Any fix for it? Would it be better to put a new power board, just hope it wasn't some other board that fried it

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You need the service manual for this. Try to find the service manual in the net. Or chamge the power supply board. Good luck.

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Posted on Oct 01, 2015

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Have the same model and same problem
probably It is a bad inverter board, in my case one of the 16 transformers is burnt out on the inverter board. still trying to find a replacement component. if not replacing the board is the only option or getting the inverter board repaired.

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Check all of the fuses inside. If none are blown, unplug and hold power button for 20 seconds thus resetting all of the capacitors. Plug in and hold power button for 20 seconds thus powering the capacitors up safely. should work

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Bad capacitors in Power supply, they maybe bulging out on top

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