I tested this camera for a client. I didn’t have the light running for more than 15 minutes. The battery lasted approximately 6 hours before recharging. The LCD, however, had a few dead pixels - never saw this before. Tried returning for exchange and had to put up quite a fight. Anyone else seen this? http://www.batteryfast.com
Spot on! I has a FP737s-D. Q758 had blown. On top it looked like a black texta mark, but on closer inspection that transistor had a mico hole where the plastic had blown out. Underneath, was a dry joint. Benq are nice, in that the shade of green was darker, indicating heat. As Both transistors are a pair, replaced both. Lightening strike did the damage.
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Re: BenQ FP731 17" LCD Monitor Problem
Its a problem with the inverter. check the 4 transistors, C5707 near the connectors for the backlight. If none are defective, look for the PF751 FUSE. It sure to be busted.You can replace that with another 3A fuse. Remember, you should only replace the fuse if you are certain there are no busted transistors in the inverter board. Otherwise, you now have a refurbished Benq Monitor
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Try to plug into another computer and wait to see.
If it turn up to be same it somewhere defect from the main board of the lcd.
If if not the same turn up to be, you should reinstall the OS because the software is corrupted or your display card problem.
Resolder the power transistors on inverter board and also check them.If display is not there at all some of this 4 transistors C5707 should be defective.Check associated fuse and Fet which drives the transistor.
Also check with Benq ,Normally offers three year warranty.
I have had this problem twice once at my school and once with my BenQ FP71G Monitor. At my school the monitor ( HP ) just stopped working and smelt like burnt popcorn.(though is think this is due to some kids chucking a soccer(football) ball at it! With my BenQ it has the same problem though i nownthink it is because of the monitor has been on for excessive hours ( 3-4 ) and just shut down because of overheating. I will see in a couple of hours if it works !
I DID REPAIR A MONITOR WITH THE SAME PROBLEM. IT TURNED OUT, THAT ONE OF THE TWO HIGH TENSION GENERATORS FOR THE 2 LIGHTTUBES WAS BURNED OUT. BY REPLACING THE POWER TRANSISTORS AND THE 3 AMP. FUSE ON THE MAINBOARD THE MONITOR IS RUNNING AGAIN VERY WELL.
I also had an issue with a Benq FP731 monitor. They have a 3yr warranty so my suggestion is to send it back. You have a IC on the inside that is getting ready to go out. You have to call them and get an RMA and pay for shipping out to them, but they ship back on their dime.