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Identifying which capacitors might need changing in a Philpips PHP-X19I have looked for swelling/distortion but they all look good to me, so are there a common capacitors that go, and if so which ones are they. Cheers Dave T

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  • dtstaffs May 12, 2009

    Philips PHP-X19, it is a LCD Monitor, I have read that it is a common fault on these monitors for "swollen capacitors"

    I have strip down the unit and looked at all of the capacitors, but they look pretty well normal to me.

    They original fault is that the monitor comes on for a few seconds and then goes off, if powered down and turned on again the same thing happens.

    Hope this info helps

    Dave T

  • dtstaffs May 13, 2009

    I am beginning to think that maybe I should have just put the monitor in the bin, I have very little knowledge about electronics. I was hoping that once I opened it up I would see obviously swollen capacitors, and just be able to replace them. When I searched the internet and found that it was a common problem with these screens, I was hoping that someone might have took photos or be able to tell me if there was a common capacitor that needed replacing.

    As the screen is only about 1 year old it just seems a shame to bin it.

    Thank you very much frankzjm for showing an interest in my problem, and taking time to try to help me, but I have not got a clue when you talk about supply filters/inverters and driver components etc.

    So I might just concede that this task is a little beyond me.

    Again many thanks

    Dave T

  • Frank Zhang
    Frank Zhang May 11, 2010

    Philpips PHP-X19I it is a LCD monitor or CRT?

    which capacitors ? where they are? which board? please

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Ok, you need to do
1) check all capasitors at power supply (filter) and inverter (there are some smaller capasitors, see is there any color or swelling (even very tiny). change them.
2) most common the inverter board problem with some driver components wrong. need check the condition
3) if the monitor use over 3 years that one of lamps could be overlife, it should be a sympton like this,
hope you fix it, any ask to me please

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    Frank Zhang May 13, 2009

    is this help you? please keep in touch. please rating me thanks

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