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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by waqarshakeel7, Mar 15, 2005.

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  1. Anyone now about the website which have learning about monitor repairin
    from basic concept to advance troubleshooting for monitors. if anybod
    know about it please send an email to
     
  2. Jerry G.

    Jerry G. Guest

    Below, are some links. This is the best ever, FAQ about repairs, and how
    electronic devices work.

    http://repairfaq.ece.drexel.edu/

    http://repairfaq.ece.drexel.edu/REPAIR/F_Repair.html

    You will find that especially with monitor repairs, most of the time there
    is no access to many of the parts, and it is usually impossible to have any
    service manuals. I myself found computer monitors not worth to repair, if
    the problem is more than a simple cold solder connection, or an obvious
    thing I can fix in a few minutes.

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    Jerry G.
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    Anyone now about the website which have learning about monitor repairing
    from basic concept to advance troubleshooting for monitors. if anybody
    know about it please send an email to
     
  3. Kirk S.

    Kirk S. Guest

    I agree...

    Even if I can't fix something easily, at least I learned something that I
    can use next time. With the cost of them coming down so quickly, once you
    invest in a service manual and spend a few hours looking at it, you could
    have purchased a new monitor for the same relative cost. Or be like my
    friend who purchases used 19-20" monitors for $15-$20 maximum at an
    electronics surplus house.

    If the problem is in the computer control circuits, it simply isn't worth
    the expense to repair. Replacement flybacks are usually available however
    again, the cost is usually more than the monitor is worth. My motto is that
    if I am approaching 1/3rd the cost of a new monitor on the repair of
    something old then it is time to cut my losses.

    Of course, this is just my opinion, your mileage will vary...

    Kirk S.
     
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