Question about LG L196WTQ Monitor
Posted by Anonymous on
It is possible that the fuse has failed and has cut off the power. If so there sould be a failure in the smps- switch mode power supply- which has to power the low tension DC voltages. If you are confidentt open the rear sie and use a multimeter to check for fuse failure , if so check for short in the smps. replace the driver or capacitor or the rectifier. check for any short also on the surge protector. If the DC comes out then we have a serious issue and could be failure of the mother board. you will need to check for microprocessor failure, LCD driver/processor faulty. You will need to be proceeding in this flow chart. Helpful? Good day
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