Question about Gateway FPD2275W LCD Monitor
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did replacing the three 470 microF capacitors on the Power Supply fixed the problem?
I talked to an outfit called www.monitorv.com and they sell a 'repair fit' that 'reuires soldering' - for $25. is there more to it?
The clapping sound could come from a bad "spark gap". The only other thing that I can think of right of the top of my head is a bad "High Voltage (2nd Anode) wire or connector. I f you can possibly operate the monitor with the back off and the lights off in a darken room, you might be able to see the sparks or use a small rubber tube, place one end in your ear(not too far, the place the other end around the High voltage transformer to listen for the arcing.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
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