Question about Dell E173FP 17" LCD Monitor
Paddymaher, This symptom could be no more than just one bad poorly soldered electronic component that has over the years of use has become "thermally-intermittant" and need to be resoldered to restore unit to "like-new" condition. Left as-is unit will only get worse as the solder joint becomes more oxidized from the gases permitted to now "enter" what should be a "gas-tight" electrical connection. May need to use large magnifing glass to examine the printed circuit boards inside of the unit for "frosty looking" solder joints of the components soldered to the boards. 12fixlouie
Posted on May 06, 2010
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