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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In the LCD1830 the inverter for the backlight always burns out. They are fairly easy to replace when you remove the back to get inside. A new one is available from MoniServ for $69.99. http://www.lcdpart.com/Products/uhp061104mss.html
Posted on Apr 07, 2007
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A light blinking at a rate of at least once every second often seems to be made to indicate there is a problem, as in the makers of the device that has the light did it to show that there is a problem, so at least the monitor "knows" there is a problem...So maybe you should read the manual or contact the manufacturer and see what the blinking light means.
First things I would try are to plug it into a different PC, trying a different data cable, a different power cord, and a different outlet. If all of the above fails (including reading the manual or contacting the mfr.), it is probably a part inside the monitor not working correctly. Make sure all connections are secure, and not crooked or anything, including the video card's (if there is one) connection the the motherboard's slot, any internal power cord to the video card, etc
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
If u a tech, try checking the PSU of the monitor for blown fuse or dead driver element ( typically a FET, Power transistor or an Hybrid chip) . U need to take the monitor apart, if unfamiliar, get it to a service tech.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
the symptoms you describe sound like the monitor is going into 'greeen mode' - that is to say, it sees no video signal present. first, try another monitor ti isolate and make sure the problem is the monitor. check the vga plug pins [especially if you have recently moved and/or disconnected and re-connected the monitor. ifnent, 'wiggle' the vga cable, as i have seen the actual cable fail frequently. if it is the monitir, vheck the solder connections on the neck boar [the circuit board that the crt plugs nto. if all looks well, and it is a component, such as a cap [and yes, they're cheap, and there's a wide tolerance in value- that is you can replace it with one as much as twice the value in microfarads, and just ake sure you use one with a voltage rating at least equal to, and better yet, exceeding the rating of tf the original. good luck
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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