Question about HP vs19 19" LCD Monitor
Today I recieved a monitor from a friend. It is a HP vs19e, and he said it was broken. He had recently bought a new monitor, so he figured that I would like to fix it for myself. Anyways, when I tested the monitor, it blinked from black to grey every few seconds when the Video cord was plugged in. It never shows the Bios or the usual " No signal" My problem is not that of power like many others that have used this monitor.
LCD circa 2004 (old)
what is your question,
1: is it bad, sure it,is, if it fails on 2 PCs, and cable is ok.
2: if it fails its own OSD tests its bad.
of has OSD lock the free manual tells you how to UNLOCK this feature. (the hold button trick)
3: how to fix it.? asking how to fix a LCD here?
the parts for it , inside might be found on ebay, this old.
pigs in a poke sack....
there is no schematic for it, google it ?
black to gray is my only clue here.
if the OSD is dead the black lamp is bad, or its inverter
if the back lamp is ok, then the LCD power is bad or it's logic bad or lack of power. (DC rails)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it seems that youre monitor has a dry solder problem, try tapping it if the picture resumes to normal for a while than get it resoldered from a technician. if it soesnot solve problem than look out for a burnt resistance.
Posted on Jun 26, 2007
A blinking blue light indiactes that your power-inverter board is not
putting out what it should. It needs an overhaul which may be a simple
as changing out the capacitors on the boards.
It could go beyong that to transistors or even a bad bulb.
It will have to be opened up to do that.
A picture may show visual signs of damage. If you can take one and email it to me , I'll take a look.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
The monitor has blown a capacitor, and if your good with a soldering gun and can locate the cap which will have the top rounded instead of flat, remove it and take it to the electronic store and they will give you a replacement. If the capacitor is bad it won't hold the charge and that's why you only see a second or two on the screen. Make sure you are capable of this kind of work, before you decide to do it.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
Easy step-by-step tutorial for replacing the caps in this monitor can be found at the link below:
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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