Question about X2Gen MG19MY 19" LCD Monitor
I woke up this morning to the issue mentioned in the subject line.
I see micromend answered a question with the exact same description and monitor brand that I have at:
I have plenty of experience with soldering and I am completely comfortable taking apart my monitor. Is there something I can replace to fix this issue?
If you have soldering iron and can place an order at DigiKey.com (and are willing to get your hands down on this), this is a rather easy fix with some direction. You basically will be replacing some failing capacitors inside the unit. Post the values of the capacitors (brand, capacitance, Voltage rating and series) and I can suggest the replacements.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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