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The dreaded blinking green led without a display, means that the backlight circuit has failed on this monitor. Typicalll the transistors that drive the backlight transformers short out and fail. I have fixed this on my monitors twice. Very common failure for this monitor and can be fixed quite easy if you know how to use a soldering iron and a meter. They even sell a repair kit on ebay that provides parts to repair this monitor. Just go to ebay and search e17fpb repair and to find it. Hope this helps.
We have a dis-assebly and repair guide posted on our web site at: www.ccl-la.com/monitor_repair.htm The problem is usually the driver transistors, our guide shows where they are and what to replace to get your monitor back running again.
some transistors on the board have shorted they supply power to the inverter to run the lamps, they power is not cut off intermittently and the protection circuit has stopped the monitor. the fix is here
http://josepino.com/other_projects/?howto-repair-dell goo dluck if you want it fixed for you let me know
I am sorry about this but the correct repair for this issue is replacement of 4 transistors on the main power board inside the monitor I just completed a repair on a dell 17 inch monitor it now works flawlessly. the process can be found on the internet and it is very delicate work. if you can all their service center you used then by all means call them, And just fyi TYPING IN ALL CAPS IS THE SAME ASSCREAMING AT THE TOP OF YOUR LUNG SOO PLEASE STOP AND USE CORRECT NETTIQUET. you have a nice day now.
Your inverter power supply has gone bad. You will need to replace the whole board or replace the the 2sc5707 transistors in the inverter area. Check out this link for installation videos and how to for that model http://www.lcdrepair.us/Installation.html
They also sell the whole board as well as repair kits
Just wanted to say Thank You for the info on this site. I had the same problem as previously posted. When powered up, the monitor showed a fast flash of the desktop and then went black, with the power indicator flashing green. I read the posts, purchased the capacitors and the 4 - 2sc5707 transistors through ebay. I ordered them on the 6th and rec'd them today. I only had one bad capacitor and one transistor that checked bad, but I ordered 5 caps and 4 transistors. When ordering the caps be careful of the height of the caps. I found this to be a problem because I ordered the 50v, 105 degree Panasonic caps that didn't fit with the enclosure attached, so I used the 4 good caps removed previously and replaced the bad one with a 470uf, 50v. 85 degree cap from Rubycon I found among my spare parts. Installed the parts and the monitor is working properly (for the last two hours) so I'm happy for as long as the repair lasts. Thanks again for the info.