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HP Pavilion 23xi turns off after 30s

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Pavlion 23xi
Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit)

When I turn one the power , te 23xi displays correctly for about 30s then turns off. I disconnect the power supply, wiat for a moment then power on again, display comes up and agian turn off after 30.

I think one component in the control card ( a capacitor ) is responsible. How can I repair it ?


Thank you for your help.

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@NMCHAU Welcome to HP Community!


I understand that the HP Pavilion 23xi turns off after 30 seconds.


I understand your concerns.


Have you tried with different monitors and checked? 


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Thank you.

With another monitor that I purchase to replace it there is no problem. However  it is not correct for the ecology to throw away this HP monitor for this minor problem but can not be used. I found many people having the same problem on youtube and give the solution : a small IC to be replaced .


Best regards





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