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Two Apple 23" Displays (Switching Parts)

I have two Apple 23" HD Cinema displays. One has a defect common to many of the early iterations of this model (magenta color cast - not fully correctable with calibration). The second is a later model without the problem. However, after a power failure it stopped working. I am thinking it burned up some component (fuse?) in the display. Would it be possible to replace the blown part in the second display with the same part from the first display. Any ideas what part that might be given my meager information. Thanks, Larry

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Look for puffy electrolytic capacitors on all the boards. If the tops are not flat they need to be replaced. Sometimes they will expand and shed the plastic covering or expel its contents through the bottom which can be easily seen. The fuse and power supply boards should swap.

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thats supposed to mean theres a faulty powerbrick, however i have the same problem on mine and replacing that didn't solve it

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It's fortunately quite easy to adjust the resolution your MacBook Pro sends over to your external display.  Try this:
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  2. Click on "System Preferences".
  3. Click on "Displays" in the "Hardware" row.
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This should adjust your resolution to the maximum.  To make these settings easier to get to in the future, check the box in the display preferences labeled "Show displays in menu bar".  You'll see a small icon, meant to look like a display, appear in your menu bar.  Going forward, you can click on this to set/change resolution settings without going through all the above steps.

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