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Supermatch 17" VGA monitor gone BLUE. It's not the cable, and not the adapter. (connected to a Mac PPC) What could I do to fix it besides purchasing a new one?
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by:rmarotta
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bacjac,
Nothing to do outside the monitor.  Take it to a TV shop if you aren't familiar with electronic repair.  The cost of a 17" monitor should justify the repair expense unless the CRT (picture tube) is bad.
Regards,
Ralph

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by:bacjac
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I am familiar with electronic repair and am looking  specifically for what is it to determine  if I need to bring this to a TV shop.
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Well then you should be familiar with trouble shooting video screen and output circuits.  There are no low level RF or IF circuits to worry about.
Good luck,
Ralph

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