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Dead as a dodo.

When I power up the unit, the power switch illuminates (green) but nothing else. I've checked the (two) pcb's for obvious signs of damage but theye are pristine in appearance, all tracks in tact and no obvious signs of heat damage..

Does anyone have a service manual for this item, or perhaps details of voltage checks I can perform?

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  • Chris Dermott May 22, 2008

    Further to my original "Dead as a Dodo", I can't help negatively commenting on LG. I've been to their website and WASTED over an hour trying to actually locate someone to get information - don't bother you'll (like me) end up going around in circles and get absolutely nowhere - it's obvious they don't want to talk to you!

    In addition (I'm sure) that the LG service manuals have been produced to raise the blood pressure of any engineer trying to use same, E.g The Flatron 1710S (CL-42 chassis) I've been looking for, finally managed to download a service manual for same which turned out to be the LB700G-GD & GU and (guess what) power supplies are completely different - no surprise there! So manages to get hold of the 1710B (same CL-42 chassis) which (as it turns out) has the same power supply as installed within mine and guess what, NO SCHEMATIC for the power supply even though drawings exist for all the rest of the electronics - WHAT???

    I give up! How the heck are you supposed to service kit when the required information isn't available? For the amount of hassle I've had in just trying to get this (most basic) info, I've a good mind to throw this flaming monitor in the bin. What a waste of time - not impressed!

    Whew that's better - needed that!


  • gsrnadeem Jul 22, 2008

    I have the same problem. the power light goes from abmer to green when I reboot the PC, and the monitor start as rebooting, but there is not data shown on the screen.



    Not sure about that solution, how can I know which Caps is dead, and should be replaced ?

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Have you checked caps to see if they are blown I replace caps constantly on lcd monitors and they have all come back to life. let me know if this helps

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