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Versión actual por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

Monitor won't come on, power brick good, fixable?

Texto:

My UPS just died, no sound, just shut off and at the same time the Cinema display went dark. Plugging it directly into the wall did nothing (no power light). Figuring it was a surge that killed the power brick, I bought a new power supply.

So, even when using the new power supply plugged into the wall the power-on light on the monitor remains dark.

My regular repair shop says can't be fixed, but I noted that mother/inverter boards are only $50 online. Can anyone tell me if they are mistaken and that it can be fixed or does it sound like time to take it to the recycling dump? (i.e. replace inverter board).

Dispositivo:

Apple Cinema HD Display

Estatus:

open

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116896

Editado por: Andrew Optimus Goldheart ,

Título:

Monitor won't come on, power brick good, fixable?

Texto:

My UPS just died, no sound, just shut off and at the same time the Cinema display went dark. Plugging it directly into the wall did nothing (no power light). Figuring it was a surge that killed the power brick, I bought a new power supply.

So, even when using the new power supply plugged into the wall the power-on light on the monitor remains dark.

My regular repair shop says can't be fixed, but I noted that mother/inverter boards are only $50 online. Can anyone tell me if they are mistaken and that it can be fixed or does it sound like time to take it to the recycling dump? (i.e. replace inverter board).

Dispositivo:

Apple 30" Cinema HD Display
Apple 30" Cinema HD Display

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: ejsprung ,

Título:

Monitor won't come on, power brick good, fixable?

Texto:

My UPS just died, no sound, just shut off and at the same time the Cinema display went dark. Plugging it directly into the wall did nothing (no power light). Figuring it was a surge that killed the power brick, I bought a new power supply.

So, even when using the new power supply plugged into the wall the power-on light on the monitor remains dark.

My regular repair shop says can't be fixed, but I noted that mother/inverter boards are only $50 online. Can anyone tell me if they are mistaken and that it can be fixed or does it sound like time to take it to the recycling dump? (i.e. replace inverter board).

Dispositivo:

Apple 30" Cinema HD Display

Estatus:

open