Question about Televison & Video
Ive had this tv/monitor for years just sitting there collecting dust. a buddy gave it to me to see if i could fix it because he couldn't. well gotta open it up and look on one of the main boards and look for blown capacitors. look for the ones with round tops. they should flat not rounded/bulging. replace those and then your monitor/tv should work again.
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