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@morgan
-I had exactly the described problem 2 months back, I did some extensive research and tests with my oscilloscope. I am not yet 100% where the problem lies but the monitor works perfectly fine for 3 weeks now.
+I had exactly the described problem 2 months back, I did some extensive research and tests with my oscilloscope.
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+I am not yet 100% where the problem lies but the monitor has worked perfectly for 3 weeks now.
I disassembled my display totally including the LG Panel and took some images. See the ifixit.com 27" What components need replacing on the Logic board?
-I took apart the LED stripe as well and resoldered it in addition to changing 8 capacitors in the power source and now the display works as a charm. I have also some pictures how to get the LED connector out, but that is really tedious, see the pics.
+I took apart the LED stripe as well and desoldered it. In addition to changing 8 capacitors in the power source and now the display works as a charm. I have also some pictures how to get the LED connector out, but that is really tedious, see the pics.
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Editado por: Dan ,

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@morgan
-I had exactly the described problem 2 months back, I did some extensive research and tests with my oscilloscope. I am not yet 100% where the problem lies but the monitor works not perfectly fine since 3 weeks now.
+I had exactly the described problem 2 months back, I did some extensive research and tests with my oscilloscope. I am not yet 100% where the problem lies but the monitor works perfectly fine for 3 weeks now.
I disassembled my display totally including the LG Panel and took some images. See the ifixit.com 27" What components need replacing on the Logic board?
I took apart the LED stripe as well and resoldered it in addition to changing 8 capacitors in the power source and now the display works as a charm. I have also some pictures how to get the LED connector out, but that is really tedious, see the pics.
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@morgan
-I had exactly the described problem 2 months back, I did some extensive research and tests with my oscilloscope. I am not yet 100% where the problem lies but the monitor works not perfectly fine for 3 weeks.
+I had exactly the described problem 2 months back, I did some extensive research and tests with my oscilloscope. I am not yet 100% where the problem lies but the monitor works not perfectly fine since 3 weeks now.
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I disassembled my display totally including the LG Panel and took some images. See the ifixit.com 27" What components need replacing on the Logic board?
I took apart the LED stripe as well and resoldered it in addition to changing 8 capacitors in the power source and now the display works as a charm. I have also some pictures how to get the LED connector out, but that is really tedious, see the pics.
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Editado por: Robert Nawfal ,

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@morgan
-I just disassembled my display totally and took some images. See the ifixit.com 27" What components need replacing on the Logic board?
+I had exactly the described problem 2 months back, I did some extensive research and tests with my oscilloscope. I am not yet 100% where the problem lies but the monitor works not perfectly fine for 3 weeks.
+I disassembled my display totally including the LG Panel and took some images. See the ifixit.com 27" What components need replacing on the Logic board?
I took apart the LED stripe as well and resoldered it in addition to changing 8 capacitors in the power source and now the display works as a charm. I have also some pictures how to get the LED connector out, but that is really tedious, see the pics.
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Aporte original por: Robert Nawfal ,

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@morgan

I just disassembled my display totally and took some images. See the ifixit.com 27" What components need replacing on the Logic board?

I took apart the LED stripe as well and resoldered it in addition to changing 8 capacitors in the power source and now the display works as a charm. I have also some pictures how to get the LED connector out, but that is really tedious, see the pics.

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