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avstan

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I have a temperature sensitive dell E173FP 17"monitor. I want to replace the inverter/power supply board. It takes 2 different kinds, one a 2 connector CCFL lamp board and one a 4 connector. Is there a way to tell what board I have without dismantling it? Thanks for your help.

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Only if you can get a manual or somehow find out from dell... If you are going to fix it you might want to see about getting it apart before ordering the part.... that way you'll know for sure and you'll also know if you can get it apart BEFORE you spend money on a replacement.
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Thanks for the reply. The manual does not get into that much detail. I know how to take it apart as I have a video procedure. I was just trying to avoid taking it apart twice. Dell also does not provide technical information when a piece of equipment is out of warranty.

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