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I've found the problem to be at location Q-755, which is an SMD IC. The chip has been hot enough to melt the solder from the pads. I need to know the cross on the IC or where I can get one. The numbers are as follows:
This monitor is a Compaq D5064 (1720) LCD.
Would appreciate any help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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