Question about Dell UltraSharp 1907FP 19" LCD Monitor
A white screen usually is an indication of a blown SMD fuse on the LCD driver board. This is the board that is actually part of the panel, and you'll need to remove the metal cover on the upper backside of the screen to see it. And by screen, I mean after the monitor has been disassembled and all that's left is the screen.
When this fuse blows, the rest of the monitor still operates fine, like the backlight which is making it white. But the LVDS video signal being sent to the LCD driver board isn't being interpreted and displayed, as it isn't receiving the +5 volts needed to do so.
This really is an easy fix, if you're up to tearing your monitor apart. You'll need a solder gun too. Don't tell anyone I told you this, but you can just place a drop of solder where the tiny fuse is, in order to complete the circuit (if you don't have a replacement for it)
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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