Question about Samsung SyncMaster 932B LCD Monitor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a Syncmaster 204B which had the same problem, I followed these instructions, and sure enough the same two caps were vented. I replaced them with new ones (using 1000 µF instead of 820 µF as it was all I could find and the guy at the electronics store told me that there was a wide tolerance. It is now working like new.
Thank you for the tip!
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
SOURCE: Samsung SyncMaster 713BM
Follow the instruction below to solve your problem:
Restart your computer and enter Safe Mode (press F8 right as the computer starts booting up. Choose Safe Mode in the menu, press Enter twice).
While in Safe Mode, open Control Panel and go to Add/Remove Programs (Programs and Features on Vista/7) and uninstall the display driver software/drivers.
Restart your computer and boot normally. Now you should be able to see everything. Things might look bigger and uglier, that because there's no display driver installed. All you have to do now is reinstall the display driver. Use it's original disc or go to the manufacturer website and download the latest driver.
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
1.follow this first 2.Turn the monitor so the front section is facing Turn the monitor so the back of it is facing
upwards. after completely pulling this front cover,
upwards. Lift up and remove the back cover.
2.Turn the monitor so the front section is facing
Turn the monitor so the back of it is facing
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
The clicking sound you hear is the power supply board trying to start up, this indicates the board has failed. This is a common problem with all LCD monitors after a few years of use. Parts called capacitors on the power supply board fail and they will keep the power supply from starting up correctly. If you can solder then you can repair the board yourself. Here is a link to a repair guide with pictures and videos showing how to dis-assemble the unit and then what to look for and replace to rebuild the board and get the unit back running.
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Posted on Jan 18, 2012
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