I have this monitor that will not get any power. it used to work until a power outage a few weeks ago. it had a nice image quality. it is an i-inc 28 inch (although it really measures to 27") with 1920 x 1200 res.
i would like to repair it. after research i kind of determined that i need to open it up and look for bulging or leaking capacitors on the power board, and put some effort into replacing the bad ones with a solder iron and lead-free solder. i can read about it all day long, but doing it is another story.
has anyone ever disassembled another monitor looking for capacitors to use as replacements for the monitor they wished to repair?
do the microFarads and voltages BOTH have to be an exact match?
thanks to all the readers and for the assistance !!!
Edited by hamluis, 15 March 2016 - 03:36 PM.
Moved from Internal to External Hardware - Hamluis.