Question about Acer AL1916W 19" LCD Monitor
Sounds like the familiar leaking capacitor syndrome.
You will need to remove the back from your monitor which can be a challenge in itself.
Have a look at the power supply board which is the board that the mains cable plugs into.
You should find that some of the capacitors have a bulged appearance on the top or a gooey substance has leaked out onto the board.
Capacitors are the small metal cans on the circuit board.
These need to be replaced and if you are reasonably proficient with a soldering iron this should not prove too difficult.
Try eBay or somewhere similar to locate replacements which are not expensive. Make sure you buy capacitors which are described as low esr. If there are more capacitors of the same value on the board then it would be wise to replace them all.
You should be rewarded with a fully working monitor once again.
I have repaired many monitors with this problem and this has always been due to these leaking capacitors.
Wishing you every success Ali.
Posted on May 20, 2014
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