Question about E-Machines E17T4 LCD Monitor
Have had monitor for about 18 months now. Today it just went off and won't come back on. The light on the front doesn't come on at all (yellow or blue). Tried plugging it into a different electrical outlet, and it still doesn't work. Plugged another monitor into my computer and it works fine.
Is this something that has happened to others? Could it be something as simple as a fuse or a circuit breaker inside the monitor? Is this type of problem fixable?
It could certainly be a fuse inside the monitor, although it's more likely to be an electrolytic capacitor. These kinds of repairs are possible but only by a skilled technician - with the right tools and knowledge. If your monitor is still under warranty, I recommend returning it to the manufacturer. If not, a TV or computer repair shop might be able to repair it, but it will probably be rather expensive.
The problem is probably localized in the monitor's power supply board, and a possible fix is to replace that board. If you can find another one you might be able to replace it and repair the monitor - but finding one might be difficult.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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