Monitor and halogen bulb tripped two times circuit breakers. Questions.

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sew333

Joined Sep 15, 2020
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I had a good monitor AORUS AD27QD. 3 months ago when I was sleeping monitor was on.
I left running Metro Exodus game.

When I woke up all electricity went down. After switching up 2 breakers for outlets and lights, power back . I have different wiring here in Poland. So dont ask about circuits.
Pc worked fine. But monitor was not turned back. No lights when pressing button,nothing.
I sended to rma. Here is shop RMA message:

Shop:"We repaired PSU and sending back good monitor to client"

Is this possible that psu of monitor can trip breaker/s then if psu inside monitor, failed?

Also I was using a lot this monitor,playing games and left running games for 20 hours for some reason,when I go slept. I know it was stupid.


But. 1 month ago something tripped 2 small breakers again. All electricity went down again. Then.......I go to bathroom and saw that one of 3 halogen bulbs no lightning. So one bulb get burned. Not again ( my luck ) psu of monitor.


I guess I had bad luck with monitor ( 3 months ago ) and bulb ( 2 weeks ago )?


PC:
Aorus AD27QD
AORUS PRO Z390-PRO GAMING
Aorus 2080 Ti waterforce stock
2x16GB DDR4 GSKILL XMP
9700K STOCK
Seasonic TX-750W TITANIUM PLUS PRIME
 

MaxHeadRoom

Joined Jul 18, 2013
21,402
Is this possible that psu of monitor can trip breaker/s then if psu inside monitor, failed?
A couple of possibilities, the SMPS in the monitor failed and tripped the breaker, but if there was more than one breaker tripped it most likely would have been a power surge on the incoming Service supply.
If the latter, then the surge took out the SMPS. Often in these cases, it is the surge protector opens up.
Max.
 

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sew333

Joined Sep 15, 2020
2
I have different wiring thats why 2 circuits tripped. 1 year ago when washer was overloaded with clothes it always tripped 2 circuits breakers ,the same.


I guess I had bad luck with monitor ( 3 months ago ) and bulb ( 2 weeks ago )?
 
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