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The monitor brings a 10cm thick line after powering on

Hi, my hp 1702 monitor brings a thick line on the screen after it has worked for 5 to 10 minutes. please help!

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In stead of pluggin in ur monitor into the same outlet as ur other appliances, use 1 wall outlet for just you monitor and I guarantee you this is gonna fix ur problem, if it doesnt fix ur problem, i ll retire from this business :)

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This type of problem is may be due to the magnetic appliances near by ur monitor such as speakers etc... try keeping the speakers away for some distance and then in the monitor there will be one menu just press that and then go to degauss and give degauss... your problem will be solved...

if problem persists then may be the tube is gone just visit the technician ... he may tell u that he must recharge the tube....

Posted on Feb 10, 2008

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No power to moniter


This kind of problem needs an isolation. Please try the steps below:

1. Check the physical connection and make sure that the power cable is properly seated to the monitor.
2. Connect the monitor into different power outlet.
3. Try using different power cable.

Otherwise, you need to bring your monitor to the repair shop if none of the steps help.

Have a great day!

May 09, 2009 | HP L1702 17" LCD Monitor

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After hooking up this monitor,the 1702 goes


Hi Don,
it sounds like your monitor's Capacitors have gone bad. This is very common. It is repairable, but the caps have to be removed and new ones resoldered on.

If you have soldering skills, not too tough of a job. If not, a shop will usually charge around $100 or so. You will have to weigh the cost vs a new monitor on this one.

Here is some more info for you on the Capacitor plague, that is quite common on monitors now.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague

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HP 1702 Monitor comes on but immediately goes off.


There are five capacitors on the power board which have dried out and need replacement. A reputable repair shop should be able to fix this for around $50.00 including labor.

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How do you get the covers off? "Does not support this mode"


Well here I am again trying to get the covers off of an unfamilar device. I found the 2 screws at the bottom and removed them.. On a hp 1702 I just forced the sides open, pulling and bending to pop the cover off.. How do you get this mag cover off?

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