Question about KDS Radius RAD-7 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
I have a KDS K717 model 700p and it will only display a white screen no matter what.
Already changed the control board and problem persists
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: monitor stays black
First make sure you have the monitor cables correct. Try another monitor hopefully works so you can go into your device manager and make sure the right drivers are loaded and that your monitor is listed. You may do some research because I'm not sure but I think your monitor uses a back light & an inverter which is replaceable and not usually a difficult job or to expensive. Labor of coarse cost more than the parts. Monitors use a video card or on board video so make sure these are not the problem.
Are you sure its not in wake mode in the bios?
If you shine a light on the monitor when the comp. is on and the monitor light is on you may be able to see your screen. That would be the back light.
When if all and what was going on when it stopped working?
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
SOURCE: kds just two seconds
I have the sameproblem soI plugged in a HP 1702 after 2 days it started doing the same thing. I am using an old school kds with no problems.
Could it be a bug in the system with flat screens.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
Either the backlight or the invertor have gone.....
IF you still have it under warranty i would suggest contacting them first, or buy a new monitor as if it is the backlight its not worth repairing as you can buy new for not much more.
Also check the cables havent come undone on the unit.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
SOURCE: Kds 700p monitor
The most common problem with LCD monitors is the capacitors that are on the power pack. the pack usually looses or pops as we say 2-6 of them after 3-5 years. its almost a certainty after 5 years. a component repair tech can replace these but unless you can find some one like me who will do it for cheap to save the landfill you most likely will buy a new one.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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