Question about ViewSonic VP191b 19" LCD Monitor
Sounds like your inverter is going out. It is pretty cheap to replace if it is modular, ie. if it is a seperate plug in pc board. I parted out a 19 LCD because the inverter was integral with the power board and was not economically practical for me to repair when new ones are 169.00. also look a the capacitors (look like little cans with crosses on top) on the pc board. If any have bulged or blown their tops, you can try to replace them at about .50c a piece and a slodering iron. Just get the correct value, voltage (higher is OK) and temp rating (higher is OK too, but they are probably 135C anyway)
Posted on May 18, 2008
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