Question about Acer AL2416W 24 in. LCD Television
The most common failure in LCD monitors is capacitor burnout in the power supply. If that was the issue, and the service tech used the same brand of capacitor or a substitute with an inadequate ripple current rating, the problem would happen again. I have had excellent results using Panasonic FR-series capacitors as replacements, especially if there is space to go to one with the next higher voltage rating (usually also has a higher ripple current rating). The price is not too high if purchased from a general components supplier such as Mouser Electronics or Digi-Key Corporation.
A burned-out capacitor would have a domed top and may show signs of leakage through the safety vent cut into the top. Compare the bad caps marked in red with the good one on the right:
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: acer PD113 DLP Projector
If you can work an the micro level of troubleshooting, have access to the the necessary instrumentation and tools, have the proper surface mount soldering station, test jigs, and also be able to have the access to the factory diagnostics software, and required replacement parts, then I would say you can troubleshoot and service this module. The factory service centers replaces this module. They don't spend the time and cost to service it at the component level. I have serviced some types of projection screen systems. They are very complex, and are normally serviced at the modular level. After replacement of some types of modules, some factory adjustments are required to match the new module, or parts. In the end you will have to send the unit out for factory service.
Posted on Feb 02, 2006
dose the standby button go orange, if it dose then the screen is going back in to standy, its possible that your graphics card is having problems, maybe if you put some more informationt about what happens then you could get better help.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
I have 2 Acer AL2416W monitors that i have been using for 2 years. There has been a handful of times i would turn my computer on in the morning and the screen would be black and Acer would lightly flash on the monitor 1 time. Typically a restart would take care of the problem. Last week the monitor blacked out and i can't get it to work. Any suggestions?? I switched ports on the computer to verify it wasn't the video card and tried new DVI cables to verify it wasn't those? Is this fixable??
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
If it is still in warranty call the manufacturer.
if not give more info email@example.com. May be somthing simple like a cable
shutdown computer unplug then disconnect the video cable on the computer from the monitor, plug monitor back in and turn it on, there should be a display that says no video source within a few seconds, if unit is working properly. shutdown and connect video again and then reboot computer. sometimes it just takes a compleat power disconect to reset things,
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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