Understood, and appreciate the reply. Will have a look at some point and report back. Thanks again!
Hi @draconis - Hope you are safe and well!
I’ve have a Dell 2408WFP, which has worked perfectly until I had to move it to another location.
It’s never been unplugged from power and is on a UPS.
After I plugged it back in, the power button LED lit up, immediately went out, and the power button did nothing from that point.
If I cycle the power connection a few times, I can get the backlight to come on with no power LED, but the power button still does nothing.
If I do this a few more times, the power button LED will come on, stay on, and the screen comes on and displays video.
Once it’s in this state, I can then turn it off/on with the power button normally.
However, if I unplug power again, it’s back to the failed state.
While old, it’s still a great monitor and I would like to try and fix it.
I called a few shops, and they all basically said it’s not worth repairing.
If it’s just replacing a couple of caps on the power supply board, I am fully capable of doing that, and it would be worth it to me.
Thoughts? Thank you!
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