Question about LG Flatron 915FT 19" CRT Monitor
It sounds like you have lost the vertical sweep circuits, it can be the Vertical out put IC is bad, Vertical yoke winding is bad, caps is bad. You will have to open it up, but you must be real careful since the picture tube can hold high voltage (24~30,000 Volts) for a long time after the monitor is unplugged, you will need to discharge the picture tube first before working on it. You may want to leave this to the pro.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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