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I just repaired my LCM 19W4. My symptoms were a little different; the light was not on or blinking like yours. I replaced two bad capacitors today (220 uF 25V High Temp) So far so good. Bad caps can be easy to identify; they are slightly bulging at the top. Soldering can be very tricky though. But just like plodder said, make sure it's the monitor that's bad and not something else by hooking up a known working monitor first.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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