> grey lines = retrace lines.
> It's possible that caps are causing the problem, but it's more likely that the
> flyback and or screen/focus pots are the issue. Turn the monitor off, rotate the
> screen and focus pots back and forth a few times. put them back relatively close to
> where they were. Turn the monitor on. With the help of a mirror or a second person,
> try to adjust the focus and screen pots with a wooden dowel or a plastic screwdriver.
> You should be able to bring the screen control back enough so the retrace lines
> disappear and black looks black. Adjust the focus until the picture is as crisp as it
> can be.
> If the picture still changes over time, you can try caps, flyback, or even a yoke. If
> there are any other symptoms in the picture like blooming or waves, now is the time
> to say so.
There aren't any other problems I see yet but I'll try the pot thing, even though I'm a little confused what you meant with rotating the monitor.
If it is something else like the flyback or the caps or even the yoke, I'm wondering if it's even worth repairing or just replace the screen. It's 19 inch screen, but I dont know how much screens can go for, or parts and/or repair services. Despite my technical knowhow, I'd rather not mess about with the screen.
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