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well OP is off line, I'm out of here as well.
    
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I never used the monitor, it was free from work. Someone else had it. As far as I know, it just didn't turn on one morning!

Shame is, we now give everyone in our company Dell U2311H IPS's monitors, regardless of what they do. Even the secretary has one. Can't wait for one to break
post #23 of 23
That was a little rude 100PARIK, someone did try baking the power board and it sounds like he got it working. This was a post in another thread I'm helping someone with their screen.

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Originally Posted by Redwoodz View Post
You can replace a cap without a soldering iron.I fixed a dell panel this way.Take it apart,separate the PCB and bake it.When it's hot enough you can remove the cap and insert new one.
just make sure you dont have the board upside down,or all the little parts will fall when the solder melts.Don't ask me how I know.
He is talking about having the small component side up and the larger components facing down. No, it's not the best solution, be we are looking for one that works
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