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This is not a store. It is a site for getting helpful tips.What type of manual are you looking for, a user manual or a repair manual? If the latter, I think you are wasting your time. Though this was a good monitor in its day, it is just not worth repairing. It is hard to even give away a CRT monitor these days.I recently gave 40 brand new boxed TE770 to a charity, because nobody wanted them at any price.
Have a look in your local papers and pick up a bigger crt monitor for next to nothing. Then get rid of the one that you have.
peterobin378, Gee, wiz, sounds as if you have internal power supply failure. Inverter circuit can't source voltage and current to light-up the "cold cathode-fluorescent-lamps" anymore. Inspect it for BAD swollen, leaky electrolytic filter capacitors and or poor soldering ( cold or frosty looking) solder joints of surface and through hole components. 12fixlouie
This lead is usually coloured yellow and looks like the red and white leads you use to connect the tv speaker OUT sockets to an amplifier or external speakers. The input on the tv should be coded yellow also.