Question about Westinghouse LCM-19v1 Monitor
I have a sceptre with the exact same problem. For several weeks I was able to unplug the monitor & plug it back in, that would fix it, but now it just flickers for a few seconds & the power light turns orange?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Fade to white might be caused by a bad or open connection to the backplane or bias voltage setting of the LCD. Check the connectors and cables between the LCD and the main board. Also, look for loose or disconnected ground wires.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: screen slightly flickers
Probably the inverter board of your monitor has been exhausted. The inverter is the part that enables the monitor to glow, making a little fluorescent gas lamp insithe the LCD bright strong enough to illuminate all the panel. When this circuit has some disfunction the lamp could oscilate, ficker and finally die making the panel dark and you couldn read what's on the screen.
The inverter has a lifetime, and the lamp too, check the lamp lifetime of your monitor and the inverter too.
But this could only be performed to a qualified person, due the high probability of electric shock if you try to make yoursel the repair.
Posted on May 24, 2009
The capacitors BigTech referred to are C110 & C111, 820uf-25V Electrolytic, on the power supply board.
With minor soldering skills, you can replace them with Radio Shack in-store capacitors, Stock # 272-1032, 1000uf-50V Radial Lead Electrolytics for $1.59 each. Works great!
Four bucks and little bit of time saves the monitor.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
SOURCE: Westinghouse LCM-19W4
I had the same problem with my two LCM-19W4 monitors. Both failed within two months of each other. Radio Shack stocks 220uF 35V capacitors that work fine for this. You have to pay $1.49 ea though.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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