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Nec LCD1720M Flickering LED but not video. Pressing the power button does nothing. Monitor had a clicking sound , but this stopped. Power supply board is Benq and has 2 caps with bulging tops. Do you carry this board?

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Re: Nec LCD1720M

Replace the bulging caps:
C 701; 1000UF @ 35V
C 704; 1000UF @ 16V
other caps that may test weak and should be replaced are:
C727; 47UF @ 25V
C613; 10UF @ 50V

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