Question about HP vs19 (Silver) 19" LCD Monitor
There may be some loose contact in the power supply cable or the short circuit might have occurred in power supply cable or there may some cuts in the middle of it ...just have check with it ..
if there is some short circuit in the power supply cable then you check for the hole or burnt marks on it if so you must change the power supply cable of the monitor ...
if there are some cuts in the middle of the power supply wire internally then it may not be visible if so you must check the power to the monitor motherboard and then identify it and you must replace the power supply cable ...
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Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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