hp monitor gone `pop`

  spike22 00:14 21 Jan 04
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Have a monitor just gone pop !
are there any engineers out there who can advise
if there is anything obvious I should look for
if taking cover off ?

  Nellie2 00:19 21 Jan 04

I'm not an engineer but my advice is do not take the cover off. Monitors hold a large electric charge and you could have a nasty accident.

  spike22 00:22 21 Jan 04

nellie2 ok will maybe leave for a while - thanks for the warning -spike

  DieSse 00:25 21 Jan 04

No there is nothing obvious to look for - and even if you did see something, the chances you could get the spare and repair it are remote in the extreme.

The warning about taking off the cover is a very serious one - do not do it unless you are a trained TV/monitor engineer - there can be VERY nasty high voltages stored in components.

Monitors that have expired with noises are almost never worth repairing - if it's less than three years old, it may still be inder warranty.

  spike22 00:32 21 Jan 04

OK I will forget - mfd `99 - going in the bin !
thanks to you both.

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