I have a Scaleoview T17-2 monitor. The picture frequently goes ''scrambled''. If the monitor is tilted back and forward the normal picture restores, but goes scrambled at frequent periods. Have just put a new lead on it to connect to PC, so the lead doesn't seem to be the fault. Seems to be something in the monitor itself. Any suggestions to sort out?
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This seems to be a recurring problem with this model. If you came across this page by searching for 'asus monitor scrambled picture' then you too must be suffering from this issue. Fortunately there are several youtube videos on how to disassemble the monitor and install a new board which can be purchased on ebay for around $23 from China or $50 from USA. If you are handy with a screwdriver this just might be the money saving solution for you.
tried first with re seating the lvds cable in the t-con board, the t-con board is mounted covered with metal shield. if can get with fixing the cable, then your t-con board has defective component parts.
christelledt, When black screen of death rears it's ugly face, the first thing to do is look at the "date of manufacture" on rear of the unit! If unit has lots of "ON" time (300 days/year x 8 hrs/day x years in service) it may need to be replaced or refurbished. 7 to 10 thousand hours is middle to old age in monitor life. If unit performs in same way when connected to different pc then you will trade-in for new or investigate a DIY refurbishment of the units internal ac to dc switch-mode-power-supply/CCFL inverter printed circuit board. unit may need $5 in capacitors replaced to fix it. Plenty of info and videos on that on the web and here at fixya. 12fixlouie
josexcruz, While you were busy replacing all the electrolytic filter capacitors did you think to closely examine all the other "LEADS" of the surface mount and through-hole components to make sure they ALL look bright and "mirror finished" ??? Try looking for solder joints that have thinner than hair circular thermal fractures around the solderd leads. May need inspection microscope (10x 15x) to see them. Also check the semiconductors package (body) for cracks or swelling due to thermal overstress. Let me know what you find!!! 12fixlouie