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Lyn Engrasci Posted on May 05, 2006
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Hp pavilion F1703 17" LCD Monitor

When I boot up my monitor will come on then it will go black. If i turn the monitor on it will only stay on for i second. HELP

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  • Greaves Nov 15, 2007

    Monitor flashes on/off/on/off in the brief second it is on in the centre of the screen you canmake out the word adjusting.But it never seems to come on and stay on.Any Ideas?

  • HairyJ Dec 24, 2007

    monitor stays on for about 10 secs and then goes black. Power on button/light remains blue. if i switch it off and on again, the same thing happens 10-15 secs later. very frustrating. any ideas?

  • mathisman Mar 29, 2008

    when i turn on my computer it comes on for a second then goes black then i turn off then back on it stay's on then goes black again.

  • reymily553 Aug 06, 2008

    I have a similar problem ,with the exception that now is completely black or dead, does anyone have a copy of Service Manual for HP 1703 monitor that would include schematics and troubleshooting, if anybody has the more complete version of service manual like for Lite-On U170ATA , you can send me a copy to [email protected] Any help would be appreciate it very much , regards Reinaldo ( Ray )

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Sounds like cold soider joints on your video board. If you take apart the lcd screen and get to the video board, theres 4 capasitors with cooper coils around it. you can add soider to it. theres 2 pins for each. I fixed 15 or more for that same model. Its a known problem with that model. Hope it wworks for ya

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IF THE MONITOR BECOMES GRAY AND AFTER 3 SECONDS DARK ITS BECAUSE A SAFETY SYSTEM SHOOT IT DOWN. PROBLABLY ITS A PROBLEM ON YOUR INVERTER, USUALLY SOME WIRE OR WELD IS BROKEN.

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Try turning down the brightness. Try 50% and see if it will stay on longer before turning off. This may make the screen usable in the short term. By turning down the brightness you are reducing the amount of current the screen uses and placing less stress on it.

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Sounds like the backlight voltage regulator problem but harf to say without inspection. Try this # 800-474-6836

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