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The shrinked screen with two white vertical line in the middle

When i turn on my monitor its ok first but after a while (15 min) the screen shrinke from all the corners like when squeeze the bread in the middle part and there is two white vertical line in the middle of the screen.

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B+ line going hi.
probably bad capacitor on hot's collector.
could also be leaky dual diode.
if non of above, look for swollen cap on main board.

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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