Question about HP Compaq FP5315 15" LCD Monitor
Old CCFL lamp or lamps (backlight), or damaged insulation of high-voltage wires from inverter to lamps. Unplug flat cable coming from display to processor board to observe better the flickering. Next, using 27pf 3kV capacitor as substitution of single lamp - unplug lamps one by one, solder that capacitor to the connector pads instead - localize the faulty lamp. You may keep that capacitor there permanently or replace faulty lamps. You can by them on ebay for instance.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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