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grog
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Re: Noise in monitor 15khz
03/02/12 02:20 AM


> I had me forgetful, the noise happens after a periodo, ,

as italie mentioned, components themselves which are known to make noise are capacitors (if they are leaking) .. the suction cup on the back of the monitor glass (if loose/dirty/leaking), or the flyback transformer (if getting old/worn out)

perhaps if possible, run the monitor and try to locate where (or what general area) of the monitor the noise is coming from (and look at the capacitors to see if any of them have leaked, or bulged/swelled)...

note: if the noise happens after a 'periodo', most likely one of the parts is bad when it becomes hot...

finally, perhaps ask your question at the forum below, which contains lots of friendly experts:
http://www.ukvac.com/forum/forum_topics.asp?FID=2&title=tech-maintenance-repairs










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Subject Posted by Posted on
* Noise in monitor 15khz edcosta 02/29/12 10:41 PM
. * Re: Noise in monitor 15khz krick  03/02/12 06:08 AM
. * Re: Noise in monitor 15khz - SOLVED! edcosta  03/02/12 03:14 PM
. * Re: Noise in monitor 15khz - SOLVED! italieAdministrator  03/03/12 02:56 PM
. * Re: Noise in monitor 15khz - SOLVED! edcosta  03/03/12 04:19 PM
. * Re: Noise in monitor 15khz italieAdministrator  03/01/12 03:56 AM
. * Re: Noise in monitor 15khz yaggy  03/01/12 06:45 PM
. * This..... mogli  03/02/12 06:02 AM
. * Re: Noise in monitor 15khz grog  03/01/12 12:38 AM
. * Re: Noise in monitor 15khz edcosta  03/02/12 12:28 AM
. * Re: Noise in monitor 15khz grog  03/02/12 02:20 AM

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