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  • AccuVision 42" Flat Screen Monitors

    I have a bad monitor. It does not turn on or have a blue light. There is power to the tv. It is model ET42U11F, Manufactured 2013. 03, and is a 42" Class LED FHDTV (283-200-542). Is there any way to repair it? How can I tell what Generation it is? Any additional information, I may need to know about them will be helpful.

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    It's most likely the power supply.
    jim8230

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    • #3
      What he said. The power supply board.
      "Penny for your thoughts" and you give them "Your two cents"...... Do they owe you change?

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        Specifically it could be a blown fuse on the power supply or an electrolytic capacitor/s that have failed. If you aren't electrically savvy I wouldn't recommend attempting to repair either. No offense, I just don't want anybody reading to this think it's something that can be attempted by anyone.
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