Antwort auf „LG LM270WQ1 (SD) (BD) backlit replacement”Thanks for your quick answer, Sasa! The inner side of the PC is rather clean from dust, so I don’t think that this is the problem. Before disassembling the display I would rather check whether the panel components work as they should but I have no specifications - do you? The problem is that the PC is not usable with an external display after the internal display is deconnected, at least it doesn’t boot anymore. That’s all I know. But I still need to have access to it from time to time. That’s why I won’t disassemble it before it is inevitable.
Antwort auf „LG LM270WQ1 (SD) (BD) backlit replacement”Hello, I have a similar problem but I’m not sure about the reason for my non-working display: The display port still works but recently the display itself finally faded out (although it had a temporary comeback in between). There were some warning signs before, e.g. less brightness in one corner and in general, shortly before breaking. A few times also screen artifacts appeared: The whole display turned dark brownish as if there were a fluid which spread over the display from top to bottom. Anyway, after a restart this wasn’t the case anymore. So, can anyone give me advice about what to test now systematically ? I didn’t find a plan of the LCD Sync/backlight port pins to measure the voltage. Regards, macpac