Question about HP L1940T 19" LCD Monitor
You've worked it out, just don't want to see the result. Your monitor has bitten the dust. This is fairly typical of capacitors in the monitor power supply failing.
They can be replaced so long as you're good with a soldering iron. You need to look for capacitors on the circuit board which look as though they bulging, especially at the top. Or yellow staining on the circuit board under the failed capacitors. If you can't spot them, then you need to measure them with a voltmeter.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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