Question about Proview PL913B 19" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Faulty monitor
This is most probably cause by one or more Faulty Electrolytic Capacitors, I find these are the MOST commonest form of "Fault" in these LCD's TFT's units. I ususally simply replace "On Spec" all High Value Electros, in fact ALL Electro's are suspect and often I just "Shotgun" and replace 'em all. Usually fixes all problems. Always use High Temperature Caps.
Posted on Jul 24, 2007
I had the same exact problem (Blue LED blinking but the monitor doesn't turn on), but I followed the guide that delphiuser posted in this post (http://www.fixya.com/support/t127735-white_screen) and replaced some capacitors in the power supply. (I'm the guest that posted on Nov. 15) The LCD is still working perfectly today. So.. if you have some electronic and soldering experience, you could save the LCD. You do want to be careful of the high voltage capacitor in the LCD (the big one on the power supply) when you have the LCD open though, that one can give you a REALLY nasty shock.
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
Sounds like either there is a bad connection from the computer to the monitor, or the monitor has a faulty power regulator, causing the monitor to overheat prematurely, and shut off.
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
The power -inverter board probably needs an overhaul.
I redo many of these.
If the screen was pinkish or flickering before it finally got to this point, it is possible that a bulb has gone bad.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
if you look at the capacitors on the boards you will find several of them that are domed or blown, these are the most likely cause of the problem. you can find replacements for any capacitor online at electronics supply stores, like radio shack but don't try them they don't supply enough different types. you can also find examples of blown capacitors by doing a search for "blown capacitor image" on any web search. unsoldering these bad caps and replacing them with identical values like 220uf (microfarradys) and say 25 v(volts). these caps have a + side and a - side the caps are marked and so is the board. hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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