Question about Advueu Technology ADV178T 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
I have an amw monitor 17" LCD screen. I have notice for past few days , it would take a good minute and half to load the display on the screen, but after that it would work perfectly. But today, i had shutdown my pc for while and turn off my screen. 6 hours later, when i turn it on, the screen wouldn't display anything and blue led light (power light) is blinking constantly. I can hear some light noise from the screen, but it will not display anything. I have done some research on this, i found out that it might has to do with capacitors on the power supply or inverter board ?? BUt i don't know where the power supply is or the inverter board .. Please help me, i really appericate your help in advance. Thank you for reading
The power supply is the first thing that the 110v electric line goes into. The invertor is the next item past the power supply, or sometimes contained within it. I do not thing monitors are a DIY repair. First substitute a different monitor to confirm that it is, in deed , the monitor and not the video card.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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