Question about Samsung SyncMaster 753S 17" CRT Monitor
By the way, how much do you think would be the cost of repair. Would it be substantial? i not worried of downtime as display is working with 1 cm from both sides chopped off.
I do not think it would cost much. As initially posted, defective components could be a cap, resistor or a diode pair (at most 5USD). It is my opinion that none of the more expensive components could be defective, otherwise the unit would not operate completely.
The only possible expensive component would be the yoke. But then again if it is determined to be defective, you might be better off not repairing. It is challenging to remove because of many other components before it; it is often glued to the glass tube, and the other components that has to be removed to gain access to the yoke are very very difficult to align when assembled back.
Incidentally, the opposing diode pair is often found on top of the yoke assembly.
Have you tried lowering the screen resolution?
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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