LCD monitor produces some bursting and cracking sound. Service centre or technician address req
I have a brand new LCD monitor which produces a bursting or cracking sound along with some slight burning smell when switched on.The display is fine. The mfg of the brand is HANNS G- its a chinese company In case there is an service centre of HANNS G LCD monitor in mumbai pls provide the contact details to me. In case no service centre of HANNS G is present in Mumbai, please provide the contact details of a RELIABLE and REPUTED service centre or techinican who repairs LCD monitors in MUMBAI. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org Anticipating a respone. All assistance would be deeply appreciated.
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It's time to spend $100 to buy a brand-new 19-inch LCD monitor,
or $200 to buy a brand-new 22-inch LCD monitor,
rather than paying a TV/CRT technician $50 to $75 per hour to try to fix the "antique" monitor.
joeyordoviz, Software or drivers will NOT fix your monitor's problem!!! Stop pushing the "on/off" button!! It should take one and only one push of the button to turn it "on"!!! Joey, with all the lcd monitors (ALL BRANDS) that have been produced and now in use, at least three or four will suffer the same exact symptom that your monitor has in the next 24 hour period of time. The one good thing that you stated in your problem description is the last three words! We Technicians here at FIXYA require some help from you in the form of UNIT HISTORY so that we can evaluate and give a more detailed response to you. Your monitor most likely suffers from (best guess) a single "thermally intermittant" "frosty looking" "cold" solder joint on the "switch-mode-power-supply"/"CCFL inverter circuit" printed circuit board and possibly BAD/FAILED (swollen) electrolytic filter capacitors on that same board. You or a qualified electronics technician will need to investigate the unit if IIYAMA/Prolite warranty service not an option!! Remember this! Your CCFL backlit lcd monitor is NO DIFFERENT than any other brand in it's BASIC design and mode of operation!!! If you spend some time READING my and other tech's FIXYA profiles that deal with BLACK or BLACK and BLANK screen lcd monitors you will be able to decide what to do. If this response was helpful in your decision making process, then return to fixya and do additional comment and or testimonial so others can benefit from it also. Good luck with the repair. 12fixlouie on fixya aka louie12fix
Hi My best advice after working with Apple displays is give Apple a call on their free phone number. As the display is brand new it will be covered by warranty. Apple should be able to assist over the phone.
If it is an LCD monitor it sounds like the monitor got cracked when you moved it. Either that or one of the edge connectors has gotten damaged and is causing a dead column of pixels.
One other possibility is a bad video card or video cable, hook the monitor up to another computer and see if the line is still there, if not, video card or cable. If line is still there then there is either a crack or bad edge connector. Crack there is no fix, except a new monitor. Edge connectors can sometimes be repaired by the appropriate service technician.
Normally like thise it sound like your have problem with the backlight insideLCD.There is one condition with LCD is that if the backlight inside blink or spoil then it just cut off the supply that mean screen become black.If you switch on again it work but after sometime it should should shutdown again.Ask technician the check for you,don't do it yourself cos inside high voltage...danger.