Question about HP Pavilion F1703 17" LCD Monitor
The screen initially displays an image (dull) on startup, but goes black within seconds. Powering the monitor off and then on has the same result, initial image then black.
That is either the backlight or its power supply.
This is a bit tricky as you can get it fixed under warrenty but they will likely ask you to send back the entire computer not just the monitor. It is also something that you could fix or several shops could but the repair cost really isn't much less than a new monitor. You are not stuck using an HP monitor so anything will work and you can get quite a lot bigger or better for about $120 and up. Repair cost is going to be $80-$100 so as you can see for just a few dollars more you have a new warrentied monitor.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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