Question about Samsung SyncMaster 940MW 19" LCD Monitor
Since you tried the monitor on another computer and its doing the same thing. The monitor is the issue. If you can open up the monitor look at the capacitors. Good capacitors will have flat silver tops. Bad ones will look puffy, bloated, pregnant, etc.
You will need to have soldering skills to do this. If you find bad caps then replace them with capacitors of the same UF rating and at least the same voltage or higher. The striped side of the capacitor needs to be aligned with the striped side off the board before soldering the new one back into place.
If you don't find any capacitors that are bad then the screen is the culprit and you'll need to find another monitor.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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