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Mag LT561 Lcd monitor

Hi I have no power and it makes a popping noise in the speakers i was wondering if someone knows were to buy parts for this monitor

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  • hill dave Jul 10, 2007

    the board on the bottom right is the board that is bad and if anyone knows where to locate it please i would appreciate it

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Simply try replacing ALL the large Value Electrolytic Capacitors on that board, 1000uF, 470uF, 330uF, 220uF, they are "the big fat round blue things" marked with say 1000uF 16Volt or the like, get the EXACT same ones and replace them... this may indeed fix ya uint. Good luck.

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