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HP Pavillion f1703

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ddc101, Feb 25, 2005.

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  1. ddc101

    ddc101 Thread Starter

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    We get stuff dropped off all the time.Some good but mostly junk that seems to expensive for the customers budget to repair.
    Well we took in a monitor today that starts up okay but then after
    a few minutes it clicks off.I plug unplugged it from the ac adaptor and it comes back on for a few minutes and does the same thing.
    Its an almost new flat panel.
    I know its a break in circuitry somewhere.I thought it might be within the adapter at first but no the adapters is fine.
    Anyone have any experience repairing these?They are
    a fairly new product
    and cost pretty much.If I can fix it I want to use it for my daughter at home.
    Its one of the few things given for free worth not just putting in the parts pile.
    Thanks ddc
     
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    But - how do you know that it is a "break in the circuitry", for to actually know that there is info you have not told us?

    I would have first assumed a fault in the electronics that is triggering the protective shutdown in the power section, which resets when it is repowered. So you would be fault finding for a component that is prone to an internal breakdown.

    Not a trivial task, but one that I would certainly look at for the same reasons as you would. Probably not an economic repair from a commercial aspect though.
     
  3. ddc101

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    Thanks for the imput.Right now I am looking over the manuel for other options in troubleshooting.If possible to reprogram it to factory setting.
    Its a tricky little booger.If anything its worth the repair just for the experience.This is a liquid crystal monitor.
     
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