Reparing my CRT monitor
Herbert Graf email (remove spam text)
On Sun, 2008-07-20 at 10:18 -0400, Dave Lagzdin wrote:
> 2008/7/20 Dennis Crawley <usa.net>:dennis.crawley
> > 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
> > the noise stops.
> > As well as 1 hour after switched on.
> So if you shoot some cold spray on the warm offending component it
That might very well work, didn't think of that. Couldn't hurt trying.
> I could suggest the old auto mechanics trick of pressing a wooden
> against the suspect device and the other
> end against his ear but I'm not sure how 15Khz propagates thru a
> stick, and
> envision some "Einstein" with a fresh wet twig betwixt the flyback and
> ear- nevermind :)...
Ya, I have my doubts that wood would work well, that said, something
harder might work. I'd suggest a metal rod, but the conductive side has
issues there. Perhaps a glass rod?
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