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November 9, 2008

Monitor Repair – Replace Dead Backlight with LEDs

at 2:24 pm. Filed under Computer Hacks, Electronic Hacks


We have featured a monitor repair that Bob Davis has provided in the past. He has come up with a new design that may help some of you out if you have a dead monitor backlight.

"The LED’s are spaced at about 1/2 inches apart by using the edge of a cardboard box as can be seen below. This was the test setup, in the final assembly the LED’s were one hole closer to each other. The LED’s are wired in sets of 3 with an 82 ohm resistor in series with each set of three LED’s. A 75 ohm to 100 ohm resistor would work just as well. A trick is to overlap the resistors so they can fit between the LED’s without messing up the spacing."


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