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Snapping sound When I frie up this monitor I get a snapping, crackling sound like the flyback has a small hole in it shorting to ground. I check this out and found no such thing. Removed the crt board and still doing same. I did see some arching around the neck of the crt. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you Ron Price

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You should replace the defective FBT.

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this is hardware problem - replace flyback transformer & big transisitor fixed near flyback (replacing these two parts is compulsory ) - also check all small size transistors ( 6 to 10 transistors will be there on main board - see picture ) - below shown picture is only to get an idea as how these parts looks like & roughly where they are situated on main board ... that means this picture is not that of your monitor's main board - in your monitor there will slight difference & also that bigsize transistor's number will be different ....... for more details about flyback transformer check this link


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