Question about NEC AccuSync LCD52VM (White) 15" LCD Monitor
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Not a solution at all, but I'll post that I have a NEC MultiSync FE700 monitor that I purchased back in 2001, and have I been using the monitor since that time. Lately the monitor has been showing signs of 'acting up'. I read on the Internet that CRT monitors generally have a working life of about six years. It may be, depending on years of use, that the monitors are just reaching the end of their life.
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
use the onboard graphics instead of a seperate graphics card (if installed) to test the screen.if it still doesn't work then unplug your monitor from the mains supply and plug in again to reset it. i doubt it's your monitor that is the problem though. but look on the back of your pc for another connection for your screen. the onboard graphics connection is normally vertical near your ethernet port and mouse and keyboard inputs.
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Posted on Apr 05, 2009
uopftball, You will need to see some of the longer (6 to 10minute) video clips of "LCD monitor disassembly" / "LCD monitor repair" @ YOUTUBE and understand some basic principles of how a typical lcd monitor lights-up it's LCD glass panel. As for being the "same" concept as a laptop, Yes! and NO. Do you know anything about how the fluorescent lamps are lit on the rear side of the lcd panel? Changing a lcd on a laptop is not same as inspecting and repairing a switch-mode-power-supply or CCFL inverter (electronic ballast) power supply. The hardest part of monitor disassembly is removing the plastic rear cover from the plastic front bezel. There are usually 2 or 3 printed circuit boards( 3 in older) Inspect the SMPS for frosty looking COLD solder joints and bad electrolytic filter capacitors (swollen and possibly leaking) Pics can be viewed @ www.ccl-la.com/badcaps.htm and all over the net. let me know what you find inside the metal ventilated covers on rear of lcd panel. 12fixlouie
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
your irf 630 is not original purchase it from proper LG authorised service centre it is costly but never become faulty again duplicate mosfet overheats if your green led is on then measure voltage at E.H.T.connect meter at output transister if E.H.T. is producing then meter should show 1 digit if not then 50v will show take care that signal cable should be disconnected if E.H.T. is not producing then check +vcc at horizontal ic it should be 12v. if 12v is not present then check regulator ic 7812 insmps
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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