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When switching on the screen works for about 3 secs then goes blank.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most common lcd monitor break down, check all electrolytic capacitors for leakage and loose board solder specially on the ccfl inverter section.
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
ok every one there is a fix the are 4 transistor 2sc5707 and 2 transistorfu9024n and i cap 16v1000uf
if you replace these your problem will be fix for a while but to it better then dell replace the 2sc57o07 with radio shack tip3055 they are 15 amp trans instead of the low 8 amp dell uses they fail because the amps at the test for the transistor is more than 8amps all the correct parts are sold in a kit on ebay look up the 2sc5707 but i recommend upgrading to the tip3055 transistors they are a bigger transistor but you can lay them down and they work great. the capicator can be found at radio 35v1000uf is a good replacment make you monitor better because the new parts are stronger then the originals so no more failures after.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Tyris Model: F179
Purchased an AsIs non-Working Tyris F179 from Goodwill for $15. Opened the case, found no swollen capacitors. Tested the capacitors on the power board and found C203 680uf 16v and C202 680uf 16v only partly working. Could not find a pair of 680uf caps and since they were in paralell on the same traces I removed both of them and substituted with a single 1500uf 16v capacitor. Next, the video board does have a Novatek chip much like the Novatek chip in the Samsung 710n but look closely at the 5 and 6 legs, they are not being used in the Tyris design so the 5/6 50ohm resistor fix is not needed here. Did find C107 , C16, C50 weak, all 47uf 16v, so i replaced them. Reassembled and now have a great picture again.
i'm not an expert at anything...x'cept maybe dumpster diving. God Bless
For Reference_Novatek Chip goto near bottom of page
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
Yes, The inverter is the problem on your monitor. We have a step by step guide to dis-assemble and repair your monitor posted on our web site at:
www.ccl-la.com/monitor_repair.htm Your model is the same as the westinghouse L1875NW. We have a parts kit for $12.00 if you need it, it can be purchased on the guide page. If you don't want to do the repair yourself we can do it for $35 + shipping. This is a common problem with that series of monitors but the repair will get you back going.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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