Question about Compaq V90 19" CRT Monitor
All CRT type monitors have an FBT that supplies the high voltage to the tube. Additionally, it also supplies the G2 voltage that is responsible for the screen voltage. Often the adjustment for the Screen/G2 requires a bit of tweaking after some time of usage. Incidentally, there is another adjustment in the same area for the Focus control. Of course, adjustment would have to be done on a "live set" and on the high voltage section, extreme caution must be exercised when performing this operation.
In some extreme cases, it could be a cold solder or loose connection in the squarish PCB at the very rear of the tube. Alternately, it is also possible for a capacitor that is nearing end of life (dried up).
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Posted on Sep 21, 2008
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