Question about HP w1907 LCD Monitor
Have the exact same problem and not a single one manage to solve it here. not even the reason. quite disappointed. sometimes i switch off the monitor and let it be for a few minutes before turning it back on. screen will display again most of the time but there are times i need to do what the rest did. keep switching the monitor on and off many many many times
Yamakasi86, This could really be nothing more than ONE POOR quality solder joint on a printed circuit board on the lead of a power transistor in the CCFL inverter circuit. Go to YOUTUBE and learn how other's have learned to deal with poor quality soldering of printed circuit boards. Yes, it sure seems like a "thermally intermittant" solder connection of some component. Have a tech open it if unit is out of warranty, to check visually with microscope for frosty looking solder joints. You KNOW they don't fix them with keystrokes or software patches, don't you know!! 12fixlouie PS could also be bad filter capacitors!
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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