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LED board for Envy 23

Product Name: 23-d118
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My system has LED Inverter Board Pegatron IL-CVB23 with part number 681680-001 . The tech guy  who told me that he trained around 100 HP technician diagnosed this board.  He told me that he has universal tester  and he applied 19V to the board and board doesn't work because the output goes from 3.3V to 0.2V . Is this approved HP procedure and is it possible to kill the board if you apply 19V to it .  Thank you for your time

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Re: LED board for Envy 23

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