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Uploaded on Apr 28, 2010
If you turn on your LCD monitor and strange things happen; for instance, all you have to look at is an empty/black screen, or it takes longer and longer for your LCD monitor to start, or the picture is unreadable, replacing the capacitors will probably help restore your LCD monitor back to normal.
This video shows how to take apart the LCD monitor, examine the capacitors, remove the capacitors, insert new ones, solder the capacitors in, and put the LCD monitor back together.
We have tutorials at www.fixyourmonitor.com and another one at www.lcdalternatives.com