How to Repair Flat-Panel LCD Computer Monitor


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  1. Paul Rubsam says:

    I’m looking on the inside of my LCD flat panel. None of the capacitors looks bulged. Could they still be the problem? Or should I look else where for a fix. My LCD comes on for like you said 2 seconds and then is black. Thanks for your attention to my problem.

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    • Scott says:

      They could be the problem. Take a real close look again. At this point is it worth it to go ahead and replace them. I would if you have tried everything else. If you do what would be the harm?

  2. Katrina says:

    Thank you for this how-to post. My HP vs17e monitor was doing the same 2 sec thing so we bought another monitor. I kept the old monitor thinking it should be repairable. My monitor has 4 small holes in the back that appear to be screw holes although I see no normal looking screws. Is there a special type of screwdriver for monitors?

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