There was a lot of knowledge displayed above in the "computers" thread so
My 22" LCD just went dark . When the comp is hooked to it the power light
does go green when I input , so I'm fairly sure the logic board is OK . I've
disassembled it and the CCFL's look OK and none of the caps on the power
supply are bulged . I'm not sure it's worth fixing if it means throwing
parts at it . I'd like suggestions on testing the power supply , and yes I
know there are some pretty high voltages present . The CCFL's are a bit dark
on the ends , but not as bad as photos of failed units I found on the
Absolutely! The green light can also go on if the video signal is out
of range so there is a possibility the problem is with the computer and
not the monitor.
If the monitor is bad I doubt that it would be worth fixing as a new 22
inch monitor is probably $150.
Envision Model G22LWk . It does have setup buttons on the front lower
center , pushing them in any sequence does nothing . Push the power button
and the light comes on green . If not hooked to a system it'll go amber .
This thing kinda flickered once then went dead . I thought it might be the
backlight tubes , but they look OK . Bad caps on the power supply are a
known source of problems , but none of these are bulged or leaking . I'm a
bit lost here . This comp I'm using is where it belongs , and it runs this
old CRT unit just fine ...
Actually, it does. It means the computer is functioning. If with the
resolution set to 800X600 it still does not work on the flatscreen, it
meens the flatscreen is dead.
What make/model did you say the dead screen is??
Extremely unlikel to be worth attempring to fix.
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