Question about HP Compaq 1720 (Carbon, Silver) 17" LCD Monitor
You need to find out if the power supply is still putting out 12vdc, you may have to test it with a load (use 12v car bulb such as the brake lamp). It is getting hot can be due to bad power supply or too much load because of short circuits in the monitor. Please post back what you find about the power supply first.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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