Question about Samsung SyncMaster 932B LCD Monitor
Can't be sure before I see it, but sounds like capacitor(s) are burned out. If it is possible to open it ip, do it after you have removed all power sources. Burned out capacitors look something like this: http://www.gator-byte.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/10/capacitor.jpg
The smaller one in the picture is fine.
It doesnt have to be messy at all, but notice the bellying top.
If there is your problem, you have 2 choices...
1) You find somebody who is able to change capacitors and let him/her do it.
2) You buy new monitor or just use the old one.
Changing capacitors can be tricky at times and might be expensive.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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