Question about Westinghouse 19" Widescreen Flat Panel LCD Monitor
This happened during a power outage and has not worked since.
Very common problem with these LCD monitors. You have a blown power supply for the backlight circuit. If you are comfortable with elecronics repair/soldering I can walk you thru opening the unit and repairing it. If you don't want to do it yourself we have a repair option available for $35.00 plus return shipping.
Over 21 years in PC and printer support/repair
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no power but ON button flashing
Quickest fix for this is probably to temporarily unplug the monitor power cord.
For your other outages, I assume the monitor is connected to a computer, make sure the operating system power-save features have not disabled the video output signal from the computer ... if so, monitor should re-activate when you use the mouse or hit a key on the keyboard.
If your computer has two video outputs, make sure the primary display hasn't been shifted to the other one ... try it by moving the LCD data cable to the other video connector on the computer.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
rtutt, First, before you start to tear apart the monitor any further, take pic's (close-ups) of screws, cables and their positions BEFORE detaching them from their board mounted jacks. Second, the fuse will be a small pigtail type soldered to the power supply board. It's the board that will have the connector on it that the line cord plugs into from outside the plastic cover. This is Pretty neat for you because if you forget where something goes, you can always open up another monitor. Well if you get the steel shield cover removed (BE VERY CAREFUL NOT TO RIP OFF ANY CABLES OR MULTI CONDUCTOR RIBBON FLEX CABLES) the cables can then be popped off. you can probably catch a video of monitor tear-down on YOUTUBE.com by doin a search on LCD repair. Yes I have seen some that are 8 to 12min long on the tube. Also you will be visually checking all large electrolytic capacitors for SWOLLEN tops of their aluminum can. You will need a large magnifying glass to inspect the solder side of the board for circular hairline fractures around the leads of heavy and larger "through-hole components, that have been thermally/mechanically STRESSED over the years. they will need to be resoldered. Well any way, keep me posted of your progress. Im louie12fix or lmistyrel@ aol.com PS: I have dell and will take pic's of board!!
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
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