Question about Mag Innovision LT982s 19" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
My Problem is one day i went to turn my monitor on and the light went from orange to green... but it said no signal, and went totally black, and left the little light green. i tested on several computers to see if it was my graphix card. it isnt. so i did a "no no" and took the monitor apart. i discovered the problem, and it is on the power cicuit board where the power form the wall comes in to the monitor. one of the itty ***** black chips. there are 5 small ones, and on large one. the on all the way to the left, and to the top of it has been melted and looks like there was too much power to it. it "bubbled" the plastic, blacked the motherboard some, and also blackened the solder holding it in place.
my question is, where can i get just this circuit board.. and how much would it cost??
thanks for the help in advanced
I had identical problem with my. I fix it by purchasing new chips from China (minimum 250pcs)
I have plenty on stock. If you like, I can fix it for you, or send you parts and you can fix it
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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