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@chris__ I agree with shownshawn on this. It is not your capacitor that is at fault. Your capacitor is the right one and your soldering is proper and so is the polarity. the clicking is normal as well since it does try to turn your monitor on. Your capacitor blew because of something not working right.
@chris__ I agree with shownshawn on this. It is not your capacitor that is at fault. Your capacitor is the right one and your soldering is proper and so is the polarity. the clicking is normal as well since it does try to turn your monitor on. Your capacitor blew because of something not working right.
I usually do not replace just one capacitor but recap the complete PSU as well as replace the power IC's Q805 and Q806 on your board. . You can check the PWM controller LD7576 IC901 on your board. To check those components download the datasheet for those. Since you are new to this type of repair it may take you awhile but it is ultimately a good learning opportunity. Just in case you fail, replacement boards are relatively inexpensive and readily available.[document|3904][document|3903]

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@chris__ I agree with shown on this. It is not your capacitor that is at fault. Your capacitor blew because of something not working right. Your capacitor is the right one and your soldering is proper and so is the polarity. Ithe clicking is normal as well since it does try to turn your monitor on. Your capacitor blew because of something not working right.
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usually do not replace just one capacitor but recap the complete PSU as well as replace the power IC's Q805 and Q806 on your board. . You can check the PWM controller LD7576 IC901 on your board. To check those components download the datasheet for those. Since you are new to this type of repair it may take you awhile but it is ultimately a good learning opportunity. Just in case you fail, replacement boards are relatively inexpensive and readily available.[document|3904][document|3903]
@chris__ I agree with shown on this. It is not your capacitor that is at fault. Your capacitor blew because of something not working right. Your capacitor is the right one and your soldering is proper and so is the polarity. Ithe clicking is normal as well since it does try to turn your monitor on. Your capacitor blew because of something not working right.
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usually do not replace just one capacitor but recap the complete PSU as well as replace the power IC's Q805 and Q806 on your board. . You can check the PWM controller LD7576 IC901 on your board. To check those components download the datasheet for those. Since you are new to this type of repair it may take you awhile but it is ultimately a good learning opportunity. Just in case you fail, replacement boards are relatively inexpensive and readily available.[document|3904][document|3903]

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Post originale di: oldturkey03 ,

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@chris__ I agree with shown on this. It is not your capacitor that is at fault. Your capacitor blew because of something not working right. Your capacitor is the right one and your soldering is proper and so is the polarity. I usually do not replace just one capacitor but recap the complete PSU as well as replace the power IC's Q805 and Q806 on your board.  . You can check the PWM controller LD7576 IC901 on your board. To check those components download the datasheet for those. Since you are new to this type of repair it may take you awhile but it is ultimately a good learning opportunity. Just in case you fail, replacement boards are relatively inexpensive and readily available.[document|3904][document|3903]

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