Question about Dell 1703FPs 17" TFT LCD Flat Panel Monitor
HI, This monitor's power on button doesn't seem to engage fully. it's like the mechanism behind it is broke. It will not power on. That seems to be the only problem with it. Any ideas?
Power buttons in general do not break.
The problem will be in the power supply board inside.
The fault will most likely be bad capacitors that need to be replaced. Normally easy to spot.. either visibly leaking, or the top of it will be buldging.
They are ploarised "+" & "-" and looking at a capacitor the negative leg has a dark band that runs down that side. On the circuit board there will be a circle printed there with a shaded section to match the dark band on the capacitor.
Ensure you use the correct value capacitor and the right way around if you do it yourself. If in any doubt, see a qualified technician. The repair should be cheap.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
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