[Novalug] [OT] Open a Philips LCD monitor 190B5
jhart at kevla.org
Fri Jan 2 11:13:28 EST 2009
Having read all the posts related to this topic (hereby called IRARP)
IRARP: I've read all relevent posts (I coined it first, I own copyright,
copyleft, and copycenter)
My suggestion would be to ONLY replace the failed unit with a duplicate part,
unless you are a EE any other scenerio could increase the risk that you cause
damage to the monitor, or more likely your house.
> some more googling tells you that the part is a line transformer.
> These parts are available in Europe, although this particular
> one is obsolete. There is a replacement: 823827715321 LIPS(T50P046.01)
> You can get it from the following web site (and others too):
> http://eshop2.euras.com/: it costs 115 euros.
> Is that worth it? probably not.
> But, doesn't a line transformer simply give you the voltages
> you need for your monitor? If you can find out what those
> voltages are, and how much power you need, you should be
> able to replace this particular line transformer with any
> other part that does the same thing.
> Miguel González Castaños wrote:
>> Miguel González Castaños wrote:
>>> Miguel González Castaños wrote:
>>>> I'm googling for some instructions for opening a free Philips LCD
>>>> 190B5 monitor that I got that shows power but only a dark screen. Some
>>>> people here suggested replacing the inverter (the cheapest solution to
>>>> try first some people say).
>>> The model is exactly 190B5CS/00
>> I managed to open the LCD, it wasn't as difficult as I thought.
>> Apparently the power supply and the lamp inventer are the same part,
>> what is called LISP
>> The part numer is T50P046.01
>> I have realized that the base is black around the inverter, so it is
>> probably burnt. I have taken some pictures if anyone is interested.
>> Where I could find this part? I have googled but I can't find very much...
>> Any help or any forum where I could ask about this?
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