Question about Dell M570 15" CRT Monitor
You will need to apply pressure to the top section of the rear cover.
Look for where the front and rear are joined at the top, and press down while pushing backwards. Becareful though it dosn't slip out of your hands and end up on the floor.
The point you need to adjust is on the flyback transformer (can't miss it..huge blob with a red lead going from it to the back of the tube).
There are 2 adjustment screws on the side. One for focus, one for screen. Have the monitor on and move the focus screw slowly left and right until you are happy with the picture.
DO NOT AT ANYTIME TOUCH THE CHASSIS WHILE THE SET IS ON. USE PLASTIC ELECTRONICS SCREWDRIVERS TO PREVENT ELECTROCUTION.
Please, take the greatest of care if you intend to open it up. These are very high voltage devices and will kill.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
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