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I have a 17'' Starlogic LCD monitor that powers on, shows the picture, then immediately goes black.
Cycle the power, picture comes back, then goes black again.
From everything I have read on here and other places it seems that the culprit would be bad capacitor(s). However, I have inspected all of the compactors and none of them show any of the physical signs of failure. There is no bulging, splitting or substances on any of them.
Is it possible they are bad and not showing it? Or, is it likely something else is causing the problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I opened up and fixed a monitor just like this. The reason it only stays on for a second is because there are 4 or 5 bad capacitors on the power supply board that have over heated and gone bad due to cheap parts or poor ventilation. All I had to do was replace them and the monitor worked fine after that. Also i resoldered one joint on the bottom. While I dont reccomend the average home user to try this it is an extremely easy fix if you have the right tools.
Posted on Feb 20, 2007
It seems to be an Inverter related problem in which backlight seems to be shiutting down.Is this monitor 3-4 years old???If so backlight of the panel could be an issue.
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
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