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Hi, The problem with my Monitor is that after the

Hi, The problem with my Monitor is that after the system is swithced "ON" the display lasts for hardly 2 -3 secs and then it goes blank. Presently I am using my cousins monitor which is of the same model to very good effect. The HP office (Andheri) says that they can't help as the model is outdated and they don't have the spares either, Kindly help :(. Regards, Tejinder Singh

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That LCD monitor uses a fluorescent backlight, and the symptom you are seeing probably means the backlight is failing. There are two possible problems:
1) Likely: The inverter board is failing. The inverter creates the high voltage needed to run the backlight and can shut down after a short time if the board is failing.
2) Less likely: The fluorescent tubes themselves are failing. This usually requires replacing the whole LCD screen, although experienced technicians can disassemble the LCD screen and change the bulbs. This is much riskier.
The best bet is to replace the whole monitor. If you are willing to take apart the monitor and try a repair, you may be able to get an inverter and fix the problem.
Sellers on eBay usually carry a lot of models of inverters and may be able to sell you one and guide you through a replacement. However, this is a moderately advanced repair.
Search for the HP exact model and "inverter" on eBay

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