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troubleshooting Question

monitor capacitor replacement

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jrvzoomFlag for United States of America asked on
Displays / Monitors
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Dear Experts,
about a week and a half ago I posted a question on how to fix my monitor, it was determined that some capacitors were kaput, so I accepted the solution, but now when I'm looking at it, I can't seem to tell which one is broken. I've heard that you should either see them bulging or have brownish liquid coming out from the top. I can't see any of this. The link to my last inquire is here https://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Q_26271550.html 
Also here is a picture of the main power board in the monitor.
Thanks, jrvzoom main power board
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