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Hp l1955 mosfet traces lift, need diagram

Try to replaced famous, known burned MOSFET, traces lifted off the board, no idea where the leads supposed to go, any one can help,? thanks

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I seriously doubt that HP made that monitor, it came from either a contract house or a major manufacturer. I suspect HP doesn't even have service manuals for that product either.
Maybe, maybe, you can ferret out the true maker via the FCC number which it may or may not have; I've noticed that there are a flood of various consumer and industrial items sold without the once mandatory FCC approval and consequently, no number either.
FCC ID site 
Even if you can find the maker's name, they may consider the content to be proprietary; during my active years of service work, I have been turned down dozens of times when trying to buy service literature.  

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http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/insN5030/en/sm/index.htm

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