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Starlogic Monitor, MJ7BBA. I need some help disassembling this monitor to see if the capacitors are goners. I have cracked open the case but can't quite figure out how to get the base off the thing. It is the only thing keeping me out. Can you help?

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SOURCE: Starlogic monitor under warranty

take it back to the local store where you bought it. or

check their website to know where to take it to

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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