Question about Princeton Digital VL1918 Monitor
Matteson1914, If unplugging from wall outlet and then plugging it back in 1 minute later will not stop (correct) the problem you have, then I would suspect (as always) the "switch-mode-power-supply" has a serious problem. Whenever an lcd with CCFL backlighting starts doing very strange and weird stuff, I would suspect the power supply as the culprit and look at it first! If your display is a VL1918 then you WILL need to read all the other posts by clicking on "VL1918 (black) monitor" that is highlghted in blue. If you do any capacitor replacement make sure they go in (installed) correctly(++ - - ) and that new ones are rated for 105 deg cenitgrade (not 85c) If installed wrong they will fail immediatly and you will need to do-over!!!! 12fixlouie
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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