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Monitor not getting power

I have a monitor that i am trying to fix for someone or at least diagnose.

First time I plugged it in, i got no power, the green LED did not going. After trying a different socket, I got the green LED to light up for 1 second and then nothing again since then. I can hear it make a noise each time i initially plug it in and unplug it.

I took apart the monitor to see if I could notice anything unplugged and nothing looked out of the ordinary.

Any suggestions?

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  • azheman Dec 04, 2007

    bump

  • shazaa Dec 06, 2007

    ive got a syncmaster 213T 21.3 LCD which no longer powers up? cable and socket checked OK.

    LED no longer illuminates. Any ideas how to repair?

  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2008

    mine is the same, it started to go haywire, the next day tried to turn it on, dead, nothing there,

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Could you describe how you got it apart? i've got the same problem, and i feel like i'm going to crack it just to get it open...i've mostly tried pulling the back off from the bottom after removing the 2 screws
thanks

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