Question about Computers & Internet
I have a problem that is similar to others on this site.
My monitor comes on with one touch of the power button or it may take several hundred pushes. I may stay on for seconds, minutes, or hours. When it shuts itself off, the power light goes out. I have inspected the caps on the inverter board and none of them appears to be bulging.
Damaged caps not necessary to be bulging...It's could be leaking fluids.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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