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Black screen my x2gen had black screen suddently, power supply is ok, I tried with another monitor, it running good, how to solve this problem

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    MY X2Gen 20 inch LCD Monitor WORK SOME TIMES BUT IT GET THE BLACK SCREEN

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Hey...Benji,

It's seems your backlight inverter are burnt out...Get a new one..or repaired old one by yourself.
Here how it done...need to replaced a new capacitors. Good lucks!

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