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Monitor blank hi1 I'm ykeong fr malaysia.I'm having the same problem.All the c5707 is ok I also measureed PF751 fuse n is about 90 ohm.Is this reading ok cos i thought all fuses should have very low ohm

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Re: monitor blank

It's open if it shows 90ohms.
Also remove all 4 2Sc5707 transistors and check.
Also invertor transformer is dry solder ,Resolder all pins of transformers.

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