Ilo LCT32HA36 won't show a picture but does have power
Hi, I had a computer monitor that acted similar one time and what I found were that there were some bad capacitors in the power supply board inside. They were identified by the swelled up rounded ends and the heat discoloration of them. They look like little aluminum cans with a vinyl sleeve shrunk around them with the component values written on them. A normal one is flat on the end with no signs of any leakage around them of a brownish blackish substance similar to wax or tar. They are relatively inexpensive at an electronics supply store($1-2 each) so I replaced them all. This will require some soldering and electronic repair knowledge though. The power supply could not stabilize so it just kept shutting down the picture that only displayed for a brief instant.
Jan 24, 2009 |
iLO LCT32HA36 Television