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Princeton Digital VL1916

The normal procedure is when switch-on the monitor. The power light will lid green, the "NO SIGNAL" message apears and fade away, the power light will change to amber. Turn the computer, the monitor will switch-on and is ready to use. The problem is, that the above mentioned procudere, will suceed after serveral try's switching the monitor on/off for ready to use. Now the switch on/off tries doesnot help and the power on light remains green. I want to buy a SERVICE MANUAL with SCHEMATICS for this monitor. Please advise

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In my years of working on LCD's, your inverter (basically like a ballast in a flourscent lamp) is bad/going out. Crack open the case and look for a big pink and white wire going to a pcb (usually located under a shield) and remove it and check for puffed capacitors. If there are some change them and that usually fixes the problem. If there are no signs of anything wrong on the inverter, get the numbers off the pcb and google or ebay the numbers, usually youll find a replacement realitively fast.

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SOURCE: Service Manual with Schematics for Princeton VL1916 LCD Monitor

this issue might not be because of your Monitor. Anyway, I can only provide manual to this legacy product of princeton if you want...

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