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Black screen monitor starts for an instant and fades to black screen

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If it fades linearly, it is probably the high voltage inverter for the backlight fluorescent lamp. Generally, the lamp dies over time with some flickering of it first.
That inverter is normally on a small, separate board and once the unit is open, it is easy to locate and replace.

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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ON THE high voltage inverter BOARD THERE IS A 1000MFD 16V CAPACITOR WITH HI-TEMP RATING 105DEG.C. REPLACE, SHOULD SOLVE PROBLEM.

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My screen hs power self help feature check it is in safe mode do not know how to get it out

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