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Acer AL1917
Service Guide
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Monitor Features… … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… … … . 8
1.1 Test Conditions… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… … … … 8
1.2 Features… … … … … … … … .… … … … … … … … … … … … .… ... 8
1.3 LCD Panel Specification… … … … … … … … … … … … … … ... 9
Chapter 2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS… … … … … … .… … … … .… … 13
2.1 Function Name… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 13
2.2 OSD Menu Description… ..… … … … … … … … … … … … … … 15
2.3 OSD Control… ..… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ...16
2.4 OSD Menu Screen..… … ...… … … … … … … … … … … … … 16
2.5 OSD Function Definition … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 19
2.6 Plug and Play… … … .… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ......19
2.7 Power Saver… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..18
Chapter 3 Machine Disassembly and Assembly … … ..… … .… .… 20
3.1 Machine Disassembly… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 20
3.2 Machine Assembly… … … … … … .… … … … … … … … … … ... 24
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting… … … … … … … … .… .… … .… .… … … … … 28
4.1 Abnormal display Troubleshooting… … … … … … … … … .. .28
4.2 Abnormal (On/Off, LCD Display, K/B) Troubleshooting...30
4.3 Abnormal (BIOS, OSD, Other Display) Troubleshooting. .31
4.4 Audio Abnormal… … … … … … … … … … .… … … … … … … ....32
Chapter 5 Connector Information … … … … ...… … … .… … … ...… … 33
5.1 Function Block Diagram… … … … … .… … … … … … … … …
5.2 Connector Location… … ..… … … … .… … … … … … … … …
5.3 D-sub Mini 15Pin Connector… … … … … … … ...… .… … .…
5.4 DC Connector… … … … ...… … … … … … … … .… … .… … .…
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Chapter 6 FRU (Field Replaceable Unit … … ...… … … .… … … … … ...35
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Monitor Features
Chapter 1
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1.1 Test Conditions
Item
Condition
Temperature
Normal room temperature (25±2℃)
Humidity
50±10%
AC input voltage
100V±2V, 120±2V, 60Hz / 240±2V, 50Hz
Brightness
Maximum with OSD setting
Contrast
Middle with OSD setting
Resolution setting
1280 x 1024 @60HZ
Color temperature
With OSD setting
Measuring instrument
Minolta CS-1000T Spectrometer and Photometer CA -210 or equivalent
Others
Before measuring, “Auto Adjust” & “Auto Balance” must be done in advance
1.2 Features
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19” SXGA TFT LCD Panel
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TN Mode Liquid Crystal
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D-SUB/ DVI-D Input
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Audio Function (Optional)
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Support to 75Hz Refresh Rate
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Support VESA-DCC 2B plug & play function
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Support VESA-DPMS & DVI DMPM Power Management Function
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Wide Viewing Angle
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High Brightness & Contrast Ratio
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High Brightness & Contrast Angular Dependent
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Fast LC Response Time
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Light Weight
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1.3 LCD panel Specification
Technical Specification
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LCD panel
Specification
Unit
Panel Model
M190E5-L0A
LCD panel
Active Area
376.32 (H) x 301.056 (V) (19.0” diagonal)
Driver Element
a-si TFT Active Matrix
Pixel Number
1280 x R.G.B. x 1024
Pixel Pitch
0.294 (H) x 0.294 (V)
Pixel Arrangement
RGB Vertical Stripe
Display Color
16.2M
Tran missive Mode
Normally White
Viewing Angle (H / V)
Typical 150 / 130
Brightness
Typical 280
Contrast Ratio
Typical 400
LC Response Time
8 (Tr: 2 + Tf: 6)
(Tr+Tf)
Separate Sync.
Graphic
TTL Level
Horizontal Sync.
Graphic
Positive / Negative
Vertical Sync.
Positive / Negative
Input Connector
D-Sub mini 15 pins, DVI-D 24 pins
Auto Adjust
Clock, Phase, H Position & V Position
Screen Scaling
VGA/SVGA/XGA/SXGA Full Screen Display
Performance
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Performance
Power Management
VESA DPMS, DVI DMPM, ENERGY STAR
Compliance
Color Adjustment
OSD Language
Power source
Power consumption
User, 6500K, 7500K & 9300K
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese,
Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Power Input
AC100~240 (Worldwide)
Operation Mode
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Power Saving Sleep
Power
source
Power
consumption
2W @230VAC 50Hz
Mode
Power Saving OFF Mode
1W @230VAC 50Hz
Tilt angle
Upward / Downward
20 / -5
Tilt angle
Physical
Dimension, weight
410.1 x 425.5 x 189.6 (W x H x T), (4.5)
Physical
DCC
Plug & Play
DDC 2B Compliance
DCC
Front key
5keys
Function
Audio & Speaker
2.5 W x2
Function
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(1)
Definition of Viewing Angle (θx, θy):
Normal
θx = θy = 0º
θyθX- = 90º
θy+
x-
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θx-
6 o’clock
θy- = 90º
12 o’clock direction
θy+ = 90º
θx+
Y-
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θX+ = 90º
Definition of Contrast Ratio (CR):
The contrast ratio can be calculated by the following expression and figure below.
Contrast Ratio (CR) = L255 / L0
L255: Luminance of gray level 255
L 0: Luminance of gray level 0
CR = CR (5)
CR (X) is corresponding to the Contrast Ratio of the point X at Figure in Note (5).
Definition of luminance measured points and Brightness Uniformity:
Horizontal Line Number [pixel]
Vertical Line Number [pixel]
(2)
X : Test point
Active area
Delta X=17.0mm;Delta Y=17.0mm。
Luminance of center point: L=L (1)
Brightness Uniformity Measurement points: Five specified points 1-5
Formula: Maximum [L (1), L (2), L (3), L (4), L (5), L (6), L (7), L (8), L (9), L (10),
L (11), L (12), L (13)]/Minimum [L (1), L (2), L (3), L (4), L (5),
L (6), L (7), L (8), L (9), L (10), L (11), L (12), L (13)]
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(3)
Definition of Response Time (TR , TF ) and Measurement Method:
Gray Level 255
Gray Level 255
100%
90%
Optical
Response
Gray Level 0
10%
0%
Time
TF
TR
(4) Luminance, Chromaticity and CCT Measurement
Measurement System Setup:
The LCD module should be stabilized at given temperature for 15 minutes to avoid abrupt
temperature change during measuring. In order to stabilize the luminance, the measurement
should be executed after lighting Backlight for 15 minutes in a windless room.
LCD Module
Spectrometer
(Minolta CS1000T)
LCD Panel
Center of the Screen
Light Shield Room
(Ambient Luminance < 2 lux)
500 mm
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Chapter 2
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2.1 Function Name
2.1.1 Front
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Name
Descriptions
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Power Switch
Power On/Off
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LED Indicator
Green
Normal operation
Orange
Power management
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MENU
OSD control MENU button
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Right selection/ Volume button
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Left selection/ Volume button
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AUTO
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Speaker
Adjust Clock, Phase, H Position and V Position automatically
2.5W x 2
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2.1.2 Back
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No.
Name
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Lock hole
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D-Sub
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DVI-D IN (Optional)
24 pin connector
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Audio IN (Optional)
Phone Jack 3.5ψ
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AC-In
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Descriptions
Kensington
D-sub mini 15pin Connector
AC Power Jack
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2.2 OSD Menu Description
1. Power: Press this key to control power ON/OFF of the Monitor.
Green: normal display.
Orange flicker: no signal input.
Orange: power off.
2. Auto/Exit: When the input signal source is PC, used to execute auto adjustment
3. < >: Press this button for selection or adjustment when OSD is shown.
4. +/
: Used to select the OSD function; when there is OSD menu, used to increase
function value.
Enter brightness control function directly when there is no OSD menu.
5. —/ : Used to select the OSD function; when there is OSD menu, used to decrease
function value.
Enter contract control function directly when there is no OSD menu.
6. Menu: Use to display OSD menu; when there is OSD menu, used to execute OSD
function or enter next layer of OSD menu; if executing OSD function, exit OSD
function and save the value adjusted.
AUTO
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MENU
POWER
2.3 OSD Control
1. Click MENU to display the OSD window as shown in the following figure.
2. Click < or > to select the function to be adjusted as shown in the following figure.
3. Click the MENU to select the function to be adjusted.
4. Click < or > to change current settings.
5. To exit OSD, select “
” to close the OSD window and save changes. To change
other settings, repeat steps 2-4.
2.4 OSD Menu Screen
Bright/Contract Adjustment
Phase/Clock pulse Adjustment
Horizontal/Vertical Adjustment
Color Temp. Adjustment
Language Selection
OSD Setting
Auto Adjustment
Message
Restore
Exit
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The OSD disappears several seconds after you stop pressing the buttons while
performing an adjustment.
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Any changes are automatically saved in the memory when the OSD disappears.
Turning off the power should be avoided while using the menu.
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Adjustments for clock, phase and positions are saved for each signal timing. Except for
these adjustments, all other adjustments have only one setting, which applies to all
signal timings.
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The color will change from white to pink while the function is selected.
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2.5 OSD Function Definition
Primary Secondary
Directory Directory
Symbol
Symbol
Secondary
Directory Items
Contrast
Brightness
Description
Adjust the contrast between the foreground and
background of an image on the screen
Adjust the background brightness of the screen
Adjust the focus of the image (for analog input
adjustment only)
Adjust the clock pulse of the image (for analog input
Clock Pulse
adjustment only)
Move the image left and right on the screen (for analog
Horizontal
input adjustment only)
Move the image up and down on the screen (for analog
Vertical
input adjustment only)
Warm Color Temp. Set up the color temp. to be warm white color
Cold Color Temp. Set up the color temp. to be cold white color
Phase
N/A
N/A
User Definition/Red
User
Definition/Green
User
Definition/Blue
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
English
繁體中文
Deutsch
Francis
Espanola
Italian
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日本語
Adjust red/green/blue gain
Select the language you want
Horizontal
Move OSD left and right
Vertical
Move OSD up and down
OSD Time Display Adjust OSD time display settings
N/A
N/A
Auto Adjustment
Analog
Digital
Set up horizontal, vertical, sequence and focus
automatically (for analog input only)
Select the input source you want (for DVI Input only)
Message
Display resolution, H/V frequency and the input port
used for current input timing function
Restore
Restore to factory settings
N/A
N/A
Exit
Close the OSD window and save changes
N/A
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2.6 Plug and Play
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The new VESA Plug and Play function is used which eliminates the complicated and
time-consuming installation process.
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You can use the Plug and Play system without encountering usual installation problems.
Your computer system can easily identify and automatically adjust the monitor.
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The LCD Monitor uses Display Data Channel (DDC) to send Extended Display
Identification Data (EDID) to the computer system, so the computer system can be set
to monitor auto adjust.
2.7 Power Saver
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Power control system, also called (Power Saver), is installed inside the LCD Monitor.
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If the monitor has not been used for a certain period of time, the system will turn the
monitor to low voltage mode to save power. Slight moving or any click will return to the
original image.
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The VGA card inside the computer handles Power Saver. You can use computer
software to set the function.
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The LCD Monitor is compatible with EPA ENERGY STAR and NÜ TEK if used with a
VESA DPMS computer.
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To save power, turn off the power of the LCD monitor when not in use.
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MACHINE DISASSEMBLY
AND ASSEMBLY
Chapter 3
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3.1 Disassembly Procedures
Picture
Description
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3.2 Assembly Procedures
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Troubleshooting
Chapter 4
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4.1 Abnormal Display Troubleshooting
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4.2 Abnormal (ON/OFF, LCD display, Keyboard) Troubleshooting
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4.3 Abnormal (BIOS, OSD, Other Display) Troubleshooting
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4.4 Audio Abnormal Troubleshooting
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Connector Information
Chapter 5
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5.1 Function Block Diagram
OSD Key Pad / Audio Out
Speaker
Audio In
3.3V
Main Board
LCD Module
D-sub
Analog Video
Signal
DC/DC
DC-5V
DC-19V
AC Power
Backlight
LIPS
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5.2 D-sub mini 15pin Connector
Pin No.
Pin Function
Pin No.
Pin Function
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Red video input
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NC
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Green video input
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Ground
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Blue video input
11
No connection
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NC
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(SDA)
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Ground
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Horizontal sync (Composite sync)
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Red video ground
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Vertical sync
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Green video ground
15
(SCL)
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Blue video ground
5.3 Audio Connector
Phone Jack, d=3.5mm
5.4 AC Connector
ac power jack
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FRU (Field Replaceable Unit) List
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Part List
Picture
Chapter 6
Part name Description
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Vendor Part
No.
Picture
Part name Description
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Vendor Part
No.
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Explosion Diagram
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