@Oldturkey03, from TexasJoe100
Any ideas on my February 23 post? I'd appreciate any help.
Thanks for the LG1805 replacement idea. It's just that it has a history of failure, and is beyond the repair budget (can get a whole monitor for about the same price).
Which of the 2 below do you think may work as a fair replacement?
The monitor has 4-CCFLs that are connected in pairs, per the service manual.
The original inverter has:
• 2 transformers ("xformer"), but
• only 2 outplugs (FYI: they also have a 3rd ground prong each, that contacts the chassis screw to each CCFL ground -- Can I skip it?)
I found (15"-22" Screen) U-inverters on EBay for ~$4 free shipping. So which one to get?
Here are the options (All have 2-prong outplugs = no CCFL grounds):
• AVT2028-V2 1-xformer 2-outplug? (But can one transformer do the job for all four CCFLs?)
• AVT4029 2-xformer 4-outplug? (So if I use just 2 plugs, will this U-inverter work with the other plugs unconnected?
Else can I connect the U-inverter 4 outputs to 2, each pair in parallel?)
Bu gerçekleştiğinde, zaman içinde kazandıkları itibarı gösteren grafiği görüntüleyebileceksiniz.
Grafiğin nasıl görüneceğine dair bir ön izleme:
Henüz itibar kazanılmadı.