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In yahoo, the attachment shows up at the lower, left-hand side of the message window when complete. Be sure you're allowing the time required for it to upload before sending.
Also, there's a limit on size & type of attachments. If you're trying to send an ".exe" file (executable file which launches something when clicked)- you first must compress it as a .zip to send (for safety reasons). 7-Zip, from sourceforge, will do the trick. Once installed, right-click your file--> add to archive, name it, & change the type to ".zip" (most universal) format.
If this is on another computer make sure your caps lock is off. (you seem to not have it on when you typed this). Sometimes changing passwords may take a few minutes to take effect. Also try typing your password into notepad to make sure that all the keys are working properly.
What kind of monitor, a CRT or LCD type?
What kind of parts are you looking for?
The CRT type has dangerous voltages inside the unit and unless you know what you are doing, I would not suggest you go poking around inside a CRT monitor.