Troubleshoot and repair a defective LCD monitor
Victor took apart a defective LCD monitor and repaired it. The LCD didn’t respond at all to the power button, so chances were good something was off in the power supply. Sure enough there was a bulging cap, replacing it revived the monitor and saved it from the landfill.
Some time ago I was donated a non-working LG L194WT-SF LCD monitor for parts. After a couple of months of collecting dust with it I decided to have a look at it from the inside. Since the monitor has been at a repair shop and was declared beyond repair, I thought I had nothing to lose- best case scenario, I fix the monitor and can use it or give it away in the future, the worst case scenario, I see what components are inside in such a piece of hardware and I might be able to salvage some parts for my projects.
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