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Here is additional info requested, the hardest part is cracking open the monitor case. Prior to working on this you should check to be sure the capacitors are discharged. A good way to do this is to connect a 12V light bulb across the terminals and when it goes out the cap is dicharged. You can also have a look at this page ( http://ezinearticles.com/?The-Right-Way-To-Discharge-Capacitor-In-Switch-Mode-Power-Supplies&id=64778 )
Cap Xon, 1000 uf 10V, KF 105 deg C, P602 vent
(3) capacitors identified on the board as: C822, C823, C824
They are the 3 right above where the multi color wiring harness plugs into pwr supply board shown in lower right of pic.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
I confirm that replacing the 3 capacitors mentioned with Radio Shack (1000uf 35V) worked perfectly for me in my HP vs19e. Thanks everyone for the guidance!
For others information, my board looked completely different, and I had to actually remove the board entirely to replace the capacitors.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
Hi that was great info,I replaced the same three 1000 uf 10V capacitors and the monitor works fine,all three imploded and bulged ant the top.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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