Question about HP Pavilion F1903 19" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
A friend of mine had the same problem with her HS19e. Monitor went totally dark. No power light, no menu nothing.
I took it apart and checked it out. Fuse was fine, all the electrolytic caps tested OK as far as I can tell, nothing obvious wrong, just no power coming off the main power board to the electronics.
Must be a fundmental problem with the P.S. on these monitors.
I'm afraid if you've googled and searched and found this (like I did), you are out of luck. It's dead and not worth the money to have fixed because you can buy a new one cheaper than it would take to have this serviced. HP Parts depot shows there are three parts available, new power cord, new VGA cord and a new speaker cord...thanx a lot.
Obviously I'm not that impressed with HP now. What a waste of time :(
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
It is because there are 3 power caps that failed on the power board, is a common issue with this monitor, im writing this on one that had the same issue, just get new caps from radio shack and solder them in and your are good to go
Posted on May 20, 2008
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