Repairing a LG L1932TQ-bf that will not power up

December 12, 2012 by · 17 Comments
Filed under: LG Electronics, Monitor Repair 

Here we have a LG L1932TQ-bf monitor that came into our shop with no power and needs to be repaired. This usually indicates an issue with the power supply board. This model monitor uses the AIP-0108 power supply board, which is also used in these models too: L1750S, L1950SQ, L1715S, L1732Q. The guide includes parts lists and videos showing how to disassemble the L1932TQ and repair the power supply board. Read more

LG W2753v repair – No picture , No power

October 18, 2012 by · 4 Comments
Filed under: LG Electronics, Monitor Repair 

We just had a few of the LG W2753V-pf 27″ monitors in our shop for repair and every one had the same problem, no power at all due to a failure of the filter capacitors on the power supply board. The board is the LGP26-09P. Bad filter capacitors on the power supply board can cause all sorts of issues such as:No power, just flashing power light, wavy picture, very slow to show a picture or random power off problems. In this repair guide we will show you how to dis-assemble the unit and repair the power supply board. Read more

iMac 1tb hard drive warranty replacement update

October 18, 2012 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Apple IMac/Iphone/Ipad, Product Alerts 

Last July Apple released a service bulletin concerning the 21.5″ and 27″ iMac units with Seagate 1tb hard drives sold between May 2011 and July 2011, see our full story here. They just extended the coverage to included the machines sold back to October 2009. If you have a unit with a 1tb hard drive and has or has had issues with the drive you will need to contact Apple service to have the unit serviced. Read more

Repairing a Dell 1905FP / 1907FP LCD monitor

September 24, 2012 by · 10 Comments
Filed under: Dell, Monitor Repair 

We have had several Dell 1905FP and 1907FPVt units in our shop with power supply problems. Both of these monitor models use the same PTB-1511 power supply board and the most common cause of power problems is the capacitors on this board. When these parts start to go out it can cause several symptoms such as: No power, just a flashing power light, slow to show a picture or a wavy picture when the unit first powers up. By replacing the defective capacitors on the power supply board you can bring these units back to full operation. This same power supply board is used in the Dell 1704FPt and Dell 1706FPt monitors. This repair guide will show you how to dis-assemble these units and repair the power supply board. Read more

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