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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
According to the description of the fault and the symptoms that your equipment presents, you must replace the FL inverter, that is the one that gives the turn on of the screen of your equipment, if your you replace this piece that one finds behind of the mask of the screen in the low part and that is similar to a pen I assure you that your equipment it was working in perfect conditions
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
sounds like backlight bulbs, not easily replaced pretty much gotta send to manufacturer to replace them. The inverter may be failing but because you still get one is why i believe its the bulbs themselves
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
SOURCE: lcd blanks out
It's the inverter. Part no. UA2031P01. Happens a lot with this model inverter and 13" / 14" screens. My guess is that there's some mild oxidation to both connectors of the inverter board, and if you can plug/unplug the cables on both ends (power/signal cable on the left, lcd backlight cable on the right) a dozen times or so, that oughta solve it.
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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