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En7410 won't turn on

I replaced two 470uf caps and the 2a fuse now the fuse blows

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Re: en7410 won't turn on


IF you do find the power control board replacement and get it to work i think you would have better results spending the same amount of money on a new monitor with all new parts plus warranty

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The 2 470uf caps on the driver board can cause that type problem if they are bulging. Be sure to use low ESR caps for the repair. They will also need to be high temp and high ripple current. DO not use ones from Radio Shack, they can damage the board when they fail. Capacitors from Nichicon, United Chemicon, Rubycom and Panasonic are the best ones to use for this type repair. Just check the ratings.

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It takes 10 times for the monitor turns on!! but than it stays on!!

it may have dying power supply due to bad caps, please read and see the pictures of bad caps and failed monitors so you will know what you are looking for.
If you are going to DIY and have proper tools and know safety precaution then please read on:
Most common failures in the LCD monitors are bad capacitors (bulging top/seal or leaking) in the power supply (they should be replaced in a set), blown fuses; poor solder joints, failed inverter circuits (blown fuse, shorted transistors, shorted/open transformers), bad lamps (poor solder connections or worn out lamps). You will need to open it up and inspect the inside, see example of failed monitors to get some ideas what to look for:
Post back what you see inside so we can guide you further and it will help out other people in the future also.

Basic LCD monitor troubleshooting guide:
Capacitors kit: he can make you a set of caps for you.

Oct 28, 2010 | Envision EN7410 17" LCD Monitor

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Hey palaboy thanks for helping. 1. Could you be more specific with this: "there are ( might be ) to sets of 5V supply. one Direct from SMPS out one coming from the 12V supply " 2. I replaced the original...

Comon problem with this model are the 4 bad caps (100Uf) on the inverter board, they developem high ESR and you must replace them with FM/FC PANASONIC with low ESR type, the four bad one has 100uf value whaich checked out OK but the ESR was more than 3 Ohms, I replace them with one 470uf (they use the smaller but with four caps due to spacing requirement becuase this same inverter board is also used in the very low profile monitor they cannot use large body cap, but your monitor chassis has a lot of room for bigger body caps.
F1 is the surface mounted fuse. and it should be less than 1 Ohm.

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I own a XG-91D monitor that the screen goes black after about 5 seconds. I found 2-470uF 25V capacitors on the power supply board that were leaky - replaced them but the problem still persists. There...


Replace thee 1000uf caps too. A capacitor meter will not test the ESR ( equivalent series resistance ) of the caps the cap meter will show them to be good but an ESR meter will show then to be bad. Also be sure to use low ESR caps. If you use general purpose aps like from Radio Shack it can damage the board board because of the ESR rating. The temp rating needs to be 105c or the new caps will blow out within a month because of the heat in the monitor case ( No fans ).

I hope this helps, if so please rate our solution.

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Open it up and the first place to look will be the power supply section, look for bad caps with bulging top/bottomseal, post back what you see so we can guide you further, see example of failed monitors due to bad caps:

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En7410e turns on but wont stay on


The problem you have is caused by one of two things, either a blown power supply in the backlight inverter or bad backlight bulbs. More than likely it is the bad power supply. The problem in the power supply are parts called capacitors, they blow out because of the heat trapped inside the monitor enclosure. If you can solder you should be able to repair this type of problem. You can go to our web site at: we have pictures of what the capacitors look like when they blow out. Take the case off the back of your monitor and look for any that look like the pictures. Replace all of the ones that are bad, the values of the caps are printed on the side of each one. You can order replacement caps from several places on the internet or contact us and we can supply them for you. When installing the replacement caps be sure to insert the new ones with the stripe on the side going the same way. If you don't want to do the repairs yourself we offer a repair service. If you have any additional questions just email me.

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I had the exact same problem. The screen went black and the green light flashed. I went ahead and took the monitor apart (scary) and took a look at the power supply circuitry. I saw 6 suspicious electrolytic caps on the board. Three 470uF 25V 105 degree C caps, two 1000uF 10V 105 degree C caps, and one 470uF 10V 105 degree cap. They all appeared to be slightly bulging and one even had a small hole in the top. I decided to replace all of them. The parts cost a little more than 5 bucks. I couldn't find a 470uF 10V cap at my local store so I bought a 16 V version instead, which is fine. Anyway, after replacing all 6 caps, the monitor works as good as new.

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When it's turned on, the light on my Princeton monitor blinks...

I just did this capacitor replacement today after reading these posts. It worked great! I used 470uF
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Can changing 3 capacitors on motherboard solve my problem?

We had a power surge and my VL2018W LCD monitor stopped working... blank screen and flashing blue light.

I carefully opened up the back and found the power board (the one the AC plug goes into). There were about 5 electrolytic capacitors that were bulging (but not ruptured). There were 3 with the values listed by the original poster (470uF @ 25V) and 2 with 1000uF @ 10V.

I scrounged a couple of 2200uF@10V caps for the last two and bought 3 470uF @ 35V caps from Radio Shack (P/N 272-1030).

Luckily, the monitor came right back up and seems to be OK. It was out of warranty, so there wasn't a big risk.

Just increasing the working voltage won't do that much for you. If any caps are bad, just replacing them with the same value is good enough, but a higher working voltage won't hurt (usually means a bigger cap).

Good luck.


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