Question about MPC Computers AOC 7F 17" CRT Monitor
When you open up the monitor, there will be a main board on the bottom. Look at the solder joints and see if you can spot any that have hairline cracks in them. You may have to look at the different solder joints with a magnifying glass to spot them cause they might be hard to see.
When you find them, take the solder off by placing your solder wick on the solder joint and then put your soldering iron on top so it heats up the solder and it melts into the solder wick. After you do this then put fresh solder on the solder joint.
Do this with all solder points that you find cracks in them.
This should take care of the problem.
Posted on May 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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