Question about LaCie Electron IV 19" CRT Monitor
I have a Lacie electron 19 blue IV monitor. Over the last few months it's started to crash on me. The screen image will shrink to a thin white line in the middle. For a while I was able to turn it on and it would recover but now it stays a thin white line. Any hope of recovery?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If you can find a shop that works on TV sets they can probably get this going for you. The trouble is usually due to the solder connections going bad at the vertical output integrated circuit (IC). This is a common problem with TVs, and computer monitors are very similar in design. It's usually a quick fix with a soldering iron.
There's always the possibility that the IC or some other part has failed and is responsible, but the bad connections are so common that it would be a good place to start. Then, if that doesn't fix it, you can look for a replacement. Beyond the simple solder repair, anything else will be uneconomical.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
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