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That ticking is from the power supply section of the monitor. It means there is a short circuit somewhere in the unit. Usually this is a part called the horizontal output transistor, which is mounted on a metal heat sink somewhere on the circuit board. It is possible to repair by replacing the transistor with the same part number (the number is on the transistor). Sometimes other parts are bad too, though, so the repair could be more difficult than that.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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