Question about Dell E173FP 17" LCD Flat Panel Monitor
One, your lcd screens inverter might be blown. two, your video card might be gone. three, both might be gone. check for any blown capacitors on ur video card. if none, open the casing of you lcd and unmount the giant chunk of metal shielding. make sure you wait a couple hour for the good capacitors to discharge. check for the cylinder looking electronic components. if any of them are leaking anything onto the board, throw the lcd out. if any have rounded tops or burst open tops (they should be flat) throw the lcd out. if any have burst open tops and had spewed stuff out, throw away the lcd. check for these on your motherboard from time to time as well as your video card.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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