My monitor will either stay on and wont' turn off (even if you click the green button)
Anyway I have a FP5315 moni and for some reason NOW it won't turn on at all
it frist starter with that above problem
it would turn on but then it would just stay like that and when you try to tunr it off it won;t not response
I open it
and I saw that the wasnt anything wrong with at all.
but I sorta fix it ( by moving random stuff inside of it ) but when I was trying to put it back it simple would't response anymore and now it won;t turn on at all.
and thank you
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your LCD inverter is almost dead. the monitor itself actually remains on, but just goes to black each time the LCD inverter cuts out, since this is what supplies white light to the screen.
In case you wanted The FP5315 Users Guide, or 3 other HP documents for the HP FP5315 LCD Flat Panel Monitor: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=324205&
I just fixed my for less then 1 minute. Here was the problem, when turn on the PC with the monitor connected. The screen appear like normal for about 2 seconds then shut off black but the GREEN power LED stay on, if i press the power off and turn it back on the screen act the same thing.
Here how to fix it, turn off the PC, unplug the monitor power cable then plug it back. The power LED will stay amber. Hold down both brights minus - and plus + same time, turn on the PC, keep hold the - and + buttons press the power button turn on the monitor.
You will see the screen back on, just hold for about 10 more seconds till you see the screen seem to stay on fine then realse them. That's it how i fixed my.....GOOD LUCK
Hi I have similar, I'm an electronics engineer and took mine apart only to find the power supply is very sick to the pint the pcb that converts all the signals probably has been damaged too, ie BIN FODDER.
Not very constructive but at least I know what is wrong - if I can get any constructive info i willl post it....