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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-13-2019, 10:31 PM - Thread Starter
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Need Help Finding this Part

Hey Guys,

I have old not working Samsung Ex2220 monitor, when I opened it up I found a ribbon cable which had disintegrated, I am hoping this is the issue. I cannot track down a replacement cable and I was hoping you guys could help me.

The cable seems to be a power connector for the panel, it connects the from the power board to two small sockets on the panel.

Part Number is Hung Fu AWM21575 E9W252-H VW-1

The Panel is an AU Optronics M215W01 V.6 XXXXG

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Thanks in advance!
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How did the cable get damaged?

Given that this is an old, basic small monitor I doubt you will be able to find the part you're looking for.

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Quote: Originally Posted by UltraMega View Post
How did the cable get damaged?

Given that this is an old, basic small monitor I doubt you will be able to find the part you're looking for.
I have no Idea how it did, the outer plastic part is crumbling exposing the bare wires, I am guessing heat since the most badly affected part is near where it connects to the power board combined with age.

My thinking was someone who repairs monitors might see this post and maybe know where to get this part.

If all else fails I'll go scrap yard hunting when I find the time xD
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Searching with AWM21575 gets results for different models, but if you can frankenstein it, you can get it to work.

Also, https://m.made-in-china.com/company-lyrachen/ can get you in touch with other manufacturers of cables.

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Quote: Originally Posted by huzzug View Post
Searching with AWM21575 gets results for different models, but if you can frankenstein it, you can get it to work.

Also, https://m.made-in-china.com/company-lyrachen/ can get you in touch with other manufacturers of cables.
Thank you for the suggestion. The ribbon cable is basically 20 pin split into two 10 pin. Maybe I could use two 10 pin ribbon cables and jam it in and hope for the best xD
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Thank you for the suggestion. The ribbon cable is basically 20 pin split into two 10 pin. Maybe I could use two 10 pin ribbon cables and jam it in and hope for the best xD
worth the shot, those ribbon cables are dirt cheap anyway.
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Here's the service manual for the monitor (in PDF format). BN96-13895A is the part number for the cable, which is annotated toward the end of the parts breakdown on page 5-6:

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That's the LVDS cable for the model you're working on. They can be easy to destroy if you don't disassemble the monitor carefully.

While I didn't come up with a source for you, that doesn't mean there isn't one out there. You might try querying this seller on Amazon, as the cable you'll see in that link is used in the same monitor per the service guide.



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Quote: Originally Posted by Gilles3000 View Post
worth the shot, those ribbon cables are dirt cheap anyway.
Yes they are very cheap on ebay.

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Here's the service manual for the monitor (in PDF format). BN96-13895A is the part number for the cable, which is annotated toward the end of the parts breakdown on page 5-6:

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That's the LVDS cable for the model you're working on. They can be easy to destroy if you don't disassemble the monitor carefully.

While I didn't come up with a source for you, that doesn't mean there isn't one out there. You might try querying this seller on Amazon, as the cable you'll see in that link is used in the same monitor per the service guide.
Oh my gosh thanks! The service manual is very helpful!

Dude you gave me something more useful than source for the cable, a free site to search for service manuals. Thank you!
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