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Will not power up

I plug it up but still no lit up

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  • Anonymous Sep 21, 2008

    same problem; it acts as if a fuse is blown; but no fuse. The caps sound likely UGH. Any other thoughts?
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If there is no power at all ie dead. Check continuity of the 3.15A, 250V Fuse on the power board. If it has replace (only costs like 40cents! Most likely it has blown.

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I replaced one of the MBRF10100 diodes in isolated TO220 (D805 or D813), I couldn't find the original and used MBRF10H200. One of the two internal diodes was defect (short).

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Try and replace the three Elite 16V 1000µF caps, especially if they are swollen.
Worked for a "Power on-then off" monitor of a friend of mine recently. Case easy to open, gotta find hidden screws to drop base. Let me know if it worked

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