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LG F700B Lines at top of screen

When first powering up the monitor when cold, I get a series of horizontal lines in the top 2 inches or so of the screen.
The picture at the very top of the screen appears to be slightly "Folded Over".
After warming up for around 10-15 mins the problem seems to correct itself.
I am assuming a cap is drying out, the problem is-which one?
I don't have a schematic, but if someone could give me an idea of where to look, I'm sure i could replace the component and save myself a nice little repair bill.
The monitor is around 6-7yrs old.

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