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Many flat screen monitors were manufactured with faulty capacitors.
See if you can open the monitor and examine the power supply for any "domed" capacitors. The top of the capacitor should be flat, but if pressure has built up inside, they become domed, indicating that they have failed.
Replace any of them that you see to be damaged and there is a good chance that the monitor will work again.
It has been a problem with quite a number of monitors. The electrolyte inside the capacitors was cheaper and just doesn't hold up.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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