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V172RTNRA 17 in. LCD is strobing.

My V172RTNRA 17 in. LCD just started to trobe at all times. It does this on all ports. The PC, TV input, S video and RCA. They all just strobe and I have no idea which part to replace or where to get them.

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I solved my problem when I tried using a different Power supply. The Batesias V171RTNRA uses a 12V 4.2Amp positive center post power supply. I discovered that I had a 12V 3.0Amp power supply that had belonged to a hard drive and decided to give it a try.

It worked like a charm. Something had gone bad with the original Power Supply causing strobing in the picture. With the replacement Power Supply it no longer strobes and works perfectly.

I am not sure if it's the lower Amps that solved the problem or not.

Posted on Jun 29, 2008

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