Genuine Replacement Interface Board for BenQ Business GL2460 Monitor, with RTD2281RW cipset
Part condition : NEW
iNeedParts stock code: 5D.LA602.041
Board (PCB) code : 4H.19401.A50
Manufacturer code (board version) : 5E.1Y401.033
Compatibility : BenQ GL2460
Genuine spare part suitable for select models of BenQ Monitors. Please check the suitable model fit list to ensure that this is the correct part for your BenQ product.
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The Interface Board is also called Analog to Digital or A2D Cards or simply Monitor Main Board. If the Interface Board for your BenQ Monitor GL2460 has become defective, there's no need to worry about buying a whole new BenQ LCD Monitor - simply replace it with this spare today. This genuine spare from iNeedParts can be fitted to ensure your old BenQ Monitor is looking and working at its best once again
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Repair hints :
It is frustrating when your computer's lcd monitor goes bad. Before giving it away or recycling it, though, consider repairing the monitor yourself. There are three components that, if not working properly, can render your monitor screen inoperable: the power supply board, the interface board and the LCD Panel. The Power Supply Board gives power to the backlight LED (or CCFL), and the backlight light allows you to view images on your monitor. Also, powering the interface board. Is your monitor worth repairing? Yes, if the power board or interface board is defective. Easily remove and replace these two boards for the fraction of the cost of a new monitor.
If your LCD displays no image at all and you are certain that it is receiving power and video signal, first adjust the brightness and contrast settings to higher values. If that doesn't work, turn off the system and LCD, disconnect the LCD signal cable from the computer, and turn on the LCD by itself. It should display some sort of initialization screen, if only perhaps a "No video signal" message. If nothing lights up and no message is displayed, the power board can be defective. If your LCD supports multiple inputs, you may need to press a button to cycle through the inputs and set it to the correct one.
If your monitor BenQ GL2460 have lines on image, or colors is mixed, or LED in green but no image, it is often a interface board failure. Its repairable and worthwhile fixing! As long as the power board is not damaged, it is very easy repair.