Question about HP Pavilion M70 17" CRT Monitor
The Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) can develope a short circuit in the neck area of the tube that will cause this. I suggest that you remove the plastic cover of the monitor, and tap on the neck of the cathode ray tube with the plastic handle side of a screw driver. Be careful while the cover is off of the monitor not to touch any wires or the high voltage wire that connects to the side of the tube. There is very high voltage used to operate the CRT and it will zap you!!
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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