Question about HP 1502 LCD Monitor
There are lethal voltages inside your monitor even when its turned off and unplugged. If you are going to open it be very careful.
You may find some visibly swollen electrolytic capacitors, or some bad solder joints... but you will not be able to diagnose any other faults without some test equipment.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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