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No power to 1801fp

How much would it cost to fix this power issue compared to just buying new monitor, which i dont want to do since this is only 3 yrs old

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Less than 5 bucks. Also look at the inverter board, and underneath the board it goes to Yup, common as dirt inverter could be swapped in, or - You could cut off a +12volt and +5 volt lead/connector for disk drives from a dud power supply , drill a hole, and power it externally from any **** no name power supply. Of course, replacing all electros under 100uf may get you going for under a dollar. Canberra

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Basic LCD monitor and TV troubleshooting guide:
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