Question about Norcent Technologies LM730 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
My monitor has suddenly been acting strange! When I turn the power on, I get the green power light however the screen (my desktop) flashes on for about a second, then goes black. If I look really close I can see images almost like functioning shadows of my destop I've tried replacing the 15 pin male cord, but to no avail. (my old cord has been tested on other machines and works fine) As well, I have tried switching ends, didn't work either. I cannot see the desktop long enough to adjust the menu on the monitor itself. Anyone else have this problem? Or is my monitor done? Any suggestions will help. Thanks.
Mine was doing the same had to keep turning it on and off to get it to work then it would not turn on at all green light flashed on and off on front of monitor. I unplugged monitor and green light on ac adapter kept pulsating on and off like a capacitor. I just replaced the ac adapter and am back in business with the monitor running good for tonight.
I guess these ac adapters go bad eventually.
Thanks From Tom
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
I was searching for a solution and found this
still looking for which capacitor to change
Posted on May 30, 2008
You need to change the capacitor
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
Hi, I faced the same problem in Sun. Can you please reboot your system and check. When I rebooted the display came. Bt again the same problem I found after 2 hours. Dont know what is happening Partha
Posted on Aug 17, 2007
Hi gogetemgirl, Based on your description/post, I'm afraid that it's your LCD monitor, to be more exact the backlight of your display. Inside your LCD is a thin florescent lamp (CCF) that provides the background illumination. This is powered by an inverter circuitry also inside the monitor. Though I would think that it is still economically reasonable to repair it, you would have to be familiar with component level repair, possibly the use of a VOM and a soldering iron as well as hand tools to be able to do a do-it-yourself. Should you seek the services of a qualified service professional, then it should be a quick turnaround (depends of course the availability of the replacement part). Hope this be of some help to you. Good luck and kind regards. PS. Since it partially work (albeit very quick only), it is also possible that there is only a cold solder somewhere inside the monitor. Still you have to open it up. Cheers.
Posted on Aug 07, 2007
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