Question about LG L1980Q (Black) (Black, Silver) 19" LCD Monitor
Static noise radios in house from l1980q monitor
You have a problem with the power supply. this model has ex external switching power supply like on some laptop. 12V 3.5Amp positive tip output. To test this you would have to plug the Power supply unit and put a load on it other than the monitor. Not easy to do if you know noting about electronics.
You can get some made for laptops and other things like external hard disk.
There is also the inverter inside the monitor that drives the small fluorescent tubes . this could also create the noise. One way or an other you will have to replace the part.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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