Posted 28 April 2011 - 04:50 PM
A lot of monitor faults like this are the result of bad electrolytic capacitors. If it's this, it's not a difficult repair, but with new monitors available at ever lower prices, even a basic workshop repair can seem poor value. Folk with soldering skills and some electrical understanding can save cost by doing it themselves, so if you fall into this category or can call in a favor from someone who does, that can make a repair cost effective.
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