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Need replacement of internal parts

The IC (i think) in my monitor got fused a couple of months back due to unsteady power supply (i guess). I live in India and am unable to locate any HP shops where I can find a replacement for the chip. It would be highly appreciated if anybody could suggest a place where it would probably be available

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My guess is no parts are available - Boards of this nature are not repairable.

Posted on May 22, 2007

  • Anonymous May 22, 2007

    a further though as I am not familiar with the particular monitor.
    All these devices work on low voltage[12] so the question is--- Does this particular monitor get its low volts from a separate power supply or is it integrated with main power going straight in?
    Any fault due to erratic current will be here- so an external power pack is easily changed for a standard universal type set to the same voltage as
    the existing[now dead] one. If it is an integrated power supply then a local TV repair shop might be able to have a go with standard parts.

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