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I cant see anything in my screen

The board boots up but the other day i smelled and heard a spark around were the cpu is, so what could be the problem i cant see anything on the screen now

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Re: i cant see anything in my screen

Sounds like a capacitor blew. It doesnt boot now does it?

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