Question about Gateway FPD2275W LCD Monitor
There may be a faulty ground usualy a green or yellow wire behind the flyback transformer. When the VERTICAL is out the sound also goes with it on some monitors so I imagine it would be the same for computers too, just disconect the vertical ground and wire it to another ground, hopefully a near horizontal ground or a closer vertical. That's all I know, I'm working on a projector project for my room. I have a lens over a boxed in TV. Thanks for reading my post.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
The horizontal output transistor appears to be short-circuit.
the clicking noise is the SMPS power cycling as it detects a circuit fault.
the real problem here is finding out what killed the HOT, flyback transformer is the usual culprit.
Personally, i'd ditch this monitor. good quality flat screen CRTs can be had for almost nothing these days and the cost to repair this will exceed the cost of a good 2nd hand 21-22" sony/mitsubishi unit
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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