Question about HP Pavilion F1703 17" LCD Monitor
Got to the video board and "the 4 capacitors with coils around them" you refer to are actually "inductors" L701, L702, L751, an L752 and I checked conductivity through the solder joints and all is well. Any other ideas?
You are not looking for a problem in the inductors. There are 4 transistors (2 pairs) near the transformers where the CCFL's plug into the board. They short out and you end up with your problems.
The transistors have 3 legs and stick up out of the board. They will look fine visually, since they are shorted internally.
Hope that helps =)
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