Question about Samsung SyncMaster 753S 17" CRT Monitor
If the line is horrizontal then the fault is in the vertical deflection circuit.
It is not worth repairing an old CRT monitor, unless you have electronic knowledge. I do not recommend repairing CRT monitors yourself, because there are dangerous high voltages inside these monitors, even though the unit is unplugged from the main outlet. The CRT tube will hold high voltages for weeks even though the monitor is turned off.
I suggest you put your money towards a LCD screen, they are inexpensive.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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