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Unplug power. Unplug VGA cable. Remove back of monitor. (four small Philips headed screws along the bottom rear. Remove screws attaching Monitor to it's base. Carefully, lean the screen away from back of case. Gently unplug 25 pin cable from the screen. Connect AC power. Screen should power on Gray to White. Ble light comes on Blue.Flickers then changes to Amber. Reconnect VGA cable. Monitor should work. Close up the monitor in reverse order to opening it. If these steps don't solve your monitor, consider replacing as cost of repairs may shock you.
If the line is horrizontal then the fault is in the vertical deflection circuit.
It is not worth repairing an old CRT monitor, unless you have electronic knowledge. I do not recommend repairing CRT monitors yourself, because there are dangerous high voltages inside these monitors, even though the unit is unplugged from the main outlet. The CRT tube will hold high voltages for weeks even though the monitor is turned off.
I suggest you put your money towards a LCD screen, they are inexpensive.
scle193, What happened that you needed to replace electrolytic capacitors? Why ??? Still no sign of power??? Did you pay attention to polarity when replacing the capacitors? Did you document you work with a digital camara to make sure that you could put it back together without having any leftover parts or unconnected cables. Have you measured the dc voltages at the output of the SMPS? Have you checked any and /or all onboard mounted FUSES?? What was the original complaint you had with this monitor? Have you tried to get a service manual or schematic from Philips? Get back to me with info
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regarding monitor...display block characteristics which is operated manually by buttons situated bottom of monitor is anytime coming at the centre of monitor display...
The settings block comes on suddenly and we are unable to exit from the same
sometimes the block goes off without any action and everything is fine till it is back again and it is come again and again.....by all this i did'nt work on my PC...all result it's useles......please sir giving your suggestion as soon as possible.......
This has been happening for the last 1 year and is a real pain
Please send some solution
If still under warranty or if you have no electronic repair experience you should take the set back to the shop or to a repair person. Some of the solutions described below can be dangerous, TV's are very hazardous to service. Even when plugged out, TV's can store very high voltages.
May need to check the caps in the G-2 supply circuit. Also you may have a CRT going flakey. Just a slight G2 level adjustment may suffice also.