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« on: March 18, 2004, 02:26:13 AM »

PLEASE SUPPLY RELEVANT INFORMATION:
Operating System Version: windows 98 second edition
Problem Application Name & Version: dads
Problem Hardware Make & Model: samsung syncmaster 3
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ANYone help Please!!  My problem is my monitor has no power source when i switch the on & off maybe its the power supply, could i receive some tips to fix my monitor..
The fuse is ok, the green L.E.D is ok.  since this problem happened , when i plug the cord on the ac outlet, and after that I switch the ON & OFF,I heard a burst on the inside of the monitor and  I tried at the second time again to switch, it burst again, and on the third time I switch again, the monitor is  likely completly no power source and become a dead monitor, on the other hand, there is no power source to the monitor. anyone hear help please. What should I do?, what should I replace some parts indside?, could I recieve some tips from here? I appriciate that concern for this site and the person that hear me!!!! thanks a lot!!!!!!!!

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« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2004, 03:21:21 AM »

Hi SB,
I replied in the other thread,but this thread tells me a little more.From what you're describing,there could have been a high voltage leak.I'm only guessing cause I don't have the monitor here with me to check it.If there was a high voltage leak,then most likely the flyback transformer & horizontal output transistor is shot & possibly some other components also.If they are blown,it's definitely not worth it to repair.In order to check these parts you need the proper test equipment & electronics experience.Sorry for the bad news.
Take care.
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