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Monitor is busted!

Mine is a 15" Samtel digital monitor (CRT). when i switch on the unit it makes a high frequency sound and all the front panel leds (power on + menu leds) start blinking, without CPU connected of course. But with CPU connected to it, the power on led turns orange and all the green menu leds (8 in total) start blinking. Any solution?

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    John Muana Jun 01, 2008

    the IC driving the H-out transistor was damaged. Unfortunately i coulnd find the spare so i bought a new LCD. Thanks guys for trying.

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If your pc works on another monitor. I would recommend you buy a new LCD monitor or a used CRT.

The best solution if your computer works is to buy a LCD screen, I've thrown out my 17" crt screens they aren't worth anything these days. You can get a used crt from ebay


Over here where I live I bought a used crt for 25usd thats was over a year ago.

Theres really no point in trying to repair the screen if its broken, buy a working one or a brand new lcd.

Good luck.

Posted on May 21, 2008

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