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MODEL DELL 1504 FP

MONITOR TURN ON OK, BUT THE SCREEN HAS LITTLE BRIGHT AND I CAN BARELY SEE THE IMAGE MEANING ITS ALMOST A BLACK SCREEN., I CAN SEE THE LETTERS WITH BLURRY

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I have one with no backlight. The capacitors on the board are bulging. In my opinion they were designed too close to tolerance and "cooked out". As long as it's still working change the ones in the Regulator circuit(3 in the middle of the heatsink area), and the four really small ones over by the transformers. Should be right as rain.

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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