Question about HP Compaq FP 7317 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor

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My LCD power light flashes orange and screen is blank and there is afaint ticking noise coming from the monitor. Can anyone help?

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  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2007

    My computer monitior wont display an image. When I turn it on it emits a ticking noise.

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Look on the power supply board itself, there may be a very small capactior, like a 1 uf maybe about 3-4mm in diameter, replace it or all the 1uf you can find, they are cheap. Get the 105c rated ones at 35 or 50V

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Due to still having a power light you can bet the power supply is still fine.
The problem will be in the inverter circuit, but more to the point it's actualy one of the CCFL tubes that has blown.
They can be easy to replace, they can also be a complete nightmare.
Hope that helps =)

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