Question about Balance CM2017 17" Monitor
The power supply on my balance monitor died, no output. It is rated at input 110-240 VAC 47-63Hz 1.5A Max OUTPUT 19 VDC/ 3.2 A 61W MAX
i think u saw the information pasted on the back side of monitor...
dead means that something is wrong inside...
initially, you have to check the power cable and availability of mains in the socket..
if all are fine then we will go inside..
after removing the cover carefully, check the mains fuse that is near the power cable socket where the power plug inserts...
if fuse is fine then check the mains capacitor and then further....
Maybe the problem pin points here and u solve the issue..
hopefully, it will fix the issue so rate it ...
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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