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NEC LCD broken - diy repair?

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Max Friedrich, May 16, 2006.

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  1. Hello,
    I got a defective NEC LCD 1510 monitor given, problem: When attaching to any
    computer the readiness LED on green changes - no picture. This LED mostly
    remains however yellow - likewise no picture, one calls the OSD there is a
    distorted picture and OS-SINCE-SHOWS with a line frequency (e.g. 42 kHz) V:
    however NONE. Prehistory: A user has probably the plug-on VGA cable by force
    tried on to attach and thereby at the cable a few pins broke the monitor
    off. (monitor no own soldered cable has to separate only a "female" VGA
    socket) Can it be that by the impact solder tacks are broken? The monitor
    nevertheless gets no "vertical" signal. Do you have any idea, what is
    broken?

    Greetings Maximilian
     
  2. Dave D

    Dave D Guest

    Probably a faulty cable. It's easy enough to test it for continuity with a
    meter.

    Dave
     
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