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Thread: Reparing my CRT monitor
face BY : Herbert Graf email (remove spam text)

On Sun, 2008-07-20 at 10:02 -0300, Dennis Crawley wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a few problems with my 12 years old monitor.
> There is a noise of about 15Khz. When I drop down the resolution to 800x600
> the noise stops.
> As well as 1 hour after switched on.
> Brigth is at maximum,
> Kellyx JD144C-NON INTERLACED - 14"
> I will apreciate some links or forums.

Well, one solution is to wait until your ears can't hear 15kHz
anymore... :)

Unfortunately this sort of thing can be a little tricky to find. Usually
it's the result of a winding getting it's self loose someone. It could
also be a coil coming loose from it's physical mounting point.

Best course of action would be to see if you can isolate the component
the noise is coming from, then it's just a matter of replacing it,
although repairing it could also be an option.


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