Question about LG Flatron L1510M 15" LCD Monitor
Check the capacitors on the power/inverter PCB. They have to be flat on top, not swollen. If in doubt replace them.
One or more of the light bulbs are blown. The circuit checks the current and when it's missing, the driver IC cuts the power to prevent more damage.
Connect the bulbs one by one and turn on to see when the screen will not illuminate for that few seconds to determine the broken one. Replacing a bulb is hard because the opening of the LCD and leads to image defects because the dust in the air.
It's a good idea to connect the feedback from a working bulb to the broken one and thus cheat the electronic.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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