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My dell E196FPF 19'' lcd screen acting strange!

Hi,my screen's in trouble since last week,it flash different screens,when not plug into my computer,it goes like that forever,when i plug it in ,the screen is becoming white slowly?Plz help me!

Ps:sorry for my english,im a frenchie!:-)

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  • furiousbudy Feb 06, 2008

    ok,but there 's no chip like that on my board,here a picture of my board.

  • furiousbudy Feb 06, 2008

    thanks a lot i'll check!

  • furiousbudy Feb 07, 2008

    thanks a lot,i looked around to get a board,but i cant find one like mine,so i'll wait for ur awnser!





    tx

  • furiousbudy Feb 25, 2008

    anything new?Found the problem?

  • furiousbudy Feb 26, 2008

    tx for yur work on this board,i'm still looking around for a new board.

  • Cappo Nov 22, 2008

    I Problem with E177FPF? do you mean it can be fixed by change the ROM ?

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I would say the rom is going out .
and may be fixed by re-seating it.
it takes a tool though to get it out without cracking the socket.

it should look like this one on the right
http://www.lcdrepair.us/e193fpc-logic.html

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  • Karl Whisenand
    Karl Whisenand Feb 06, 2008

    that looks exactly like the Dell E177FPf
    17" I am working on now.
    It doesn't do anything except turn on the lamps and not well.
    likely the same board is used in these.
    that link on the site stocks boards of all kinds but none that look like these.
    so far the components test ok, I'm thinking its a power regulation issue.
    If I find something that may be a shared issue I'll let you know later

  • Karl Whisenand
    Karl Whisenand Feb 25, 2008

    I had to put it on the back burner. I toasted a transistor while running tests on the board. testing for current draw. oh well it happens . I am still looking for a replacement. and its not looking likely.
    I love the simplicity of the board but hate the unavailability of parts.
    the whole industry has its head in the dirt.

  • Karl Whisenand
    Karl Whisenand Feb 26, 2008

    If you find one I want one too.

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