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Faulty backlights What can I do to repair my 17" SVA 7005L LCD monitor? It works beautifully for about 20 min, or so, and then the backlights shut down. After about 5 min. you can do it again with the same results. Your advice would be much appreciated! Thanks guys!

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Try and trace the 5v or 12v regulator going to the backlights.Check whether it's faulty.You should also try to hot air the whole area icase of dry joints.Hope have assisted.

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