Question about HP Pavilion F1703 17" LCD Monitor
Probably something wrong with the monitor's power-board. If you are good enough in electronics and soldering, disassemble the monitor, unscrew the board. Check the cables, connectors, blown caps and fuses (some of them may doesn't look ordinary) first. Look for the dry joints, especially at transformers. Resolder all the connections. Test power transistors. You should unsolder them to test properly.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
You may want to check your power and connection cables are not showing bare wire, which is the metal hanging out of the rubber insulation cord. So just check for that and if not that I would call HP.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
sorry, not really a solution, but may help point you in right direction. I have similar or same problem with my monitor but is an f1903 (HP). I recommend you look at the f1903 board postings to see those answers. Several seem identical for fixes and fix may possibly be cheap, but unfortunately noone has posted how to open the monitor up to actually check it inside. This is the tricky part, as seems no catches or buttons are present and removing back screws do not let the monitor case open without some type of special trick or move. If you figure it out, please tell us all! Thanks
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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