The volume control for my monitor is stting in the middle of the screed and canot be shfted or removed. If I alter the volume, a new screed says "waiting for automatic adjustment" then reverts to the adjustment screen again at 100% volume.
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I just finished fixing my Samsung 193p LCD with similar problem. The problem was a black/blank screen as if it was off. But if you are going to use a bright flash light there was data in it. So I suspect it was the inverter.
1. Disconnect the power adapter and the D-sub cable.
2. Remove the small philip screws at the back of the LCD and remove the cover.
3. Remove 4 philip screws.
4. Disconnect the 2 data cables.
5. Openning the white cover is tricky. Use a flat screw driver and press it at the bottom middle part and use a credit card and pry from the middle part going to left or right side.
6. Remove the philip screws (black) around the LCD.
7. Remove the 4 philip screws and 4 at the middle part.
8. Be careful removing the switch cable. It is very fragile one of the 4 wires might come out (I did but fix it).
9. The Inverter board is at the left side. Take and remove the 4 inverter cables and the white wide cable.
10. This is another tricky part. Near the white cable there is a FUSE (brown in color). Check if it is open. If yes, You can use 2 think wires and solder on both ends. (Be careful the size of the fuse is soooo small like a half grain of rice). Or if you have a car fuse you can also use it.
11. Resolder the 6 terminals of the each transformer. There are 2 transformer so 12 terminals in all.
12. Assemble the parts back and you are done.
To remove the front cover you need to start by putting the monitor down flat on its face on something that wont scratch the screen. Next, remove the screws holding the base to the back of the monitor. (You might need to remove a plastic cover to get to the screws). Once you have done this check for a screw under where the base was screwed on. Remove this screw. Now check the back of the monitor for one screw in each corner. Not all models have these 4 screws,if they are there, remove them. Now the front and back of the monitor are held together with plastic clips. You will need to gently pry the front and back apart. Its easiest starting at the bottom middle and working around. Once you have separated the front and back, the inner circuitry is exposed. The control panel for the unit can be removed by unscrewing 3 screws that hold it in.