Question about Computers & Internet
Hi guys, have that prob that a lot of people seem to have with this monitor, I already checked the capacitores, they seem fine within 10% of their capacity, but the problem persists. Can anyone give me another hint? Thanks
Save hours of searching online or wasting money on unnecessary repairs by talking to a 6YA Expert who can help you resolve this issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
Here's a link to this great service
Posted on Jan 02, 2017
4:29:29 If locked in the down position, 1. Push the monitor down, 2. Press the Lock down / release button on the bottom rear of stand to unlock the monitor. 3. Lift the monitor up and extend the stand to the desired height.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
Same problem started happening two days ago and ever since. I called LG and the product falls under a 3yr product warranty according to them (from my original purchase date of January 20, 2007). They will send packing slips to me so I can send the defective unit back to LG. I was told I am eligible for a replacement monitor - which will be shipped to me within 10 to 14 days (consecutive days, not business) - although I'm not sure what I'm being sent in return. My suspicion is that this monitor issue is a known issue by LG and they are quietly replacing the unit to those who follow through by calling CS.
Tips: Have your original purchase date on hand (in the form of a receipt) just in case they want proof of purchase.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
SOURCE: X2GEN CAPACITOR LOCATION
I had the same problem with my 22" X2Gen, first the monitor started what looked like a random color temperature shift, ie the screen would switch between a yellowish and blueish tint, then it wouldn't turn on and the amber standy by light flashed on and off. I took it apart and replaced the 2 220uF25V capicators with 2 220uF35V caps I got at radio shack, part number 272-1029. Don't worry about the voltage mismatch I'm pretty sure it doesn't matter, the voltage is the maximum the cap can withstand and has nothing to do with the voltage in the circuit. The caps are located on the board that the AC cord plugs directly into, it has a plastic (almost feels like paper) sheild, the caps are marked C812 and C813 on the circuit board. There was no 47uF35V cap that I could find, anyway replacing the two did the trick, all for under $3, I almost went out and bought a new monitor ;) Hope that helps.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
Nov 27, 2012 | LG Flatron L1750S 17" LCD Monitor
May 01, 2008 | LG Flatron L1710S 17" LCD Monitor
Jul 05, 2011 | LG W2442PA 24" wide LCD monitor, DVI,...
Sep 24, 2010 | LG Computers & Internet
May 10, 2009 | LG Flatron L1750S 17" LCD Monitor
Aug 05, 2008 | LG Flatron L1515S 15" LCD Monitor
204 people viewed this question
Usually answered in minutes!