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Acer AL2216W Power Supply Capacitor Replacement「はじめに」への変更

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Introduction
your Acer monitor AL2216W is acting up, you probably have a case of bad or failing need to replace the capacitors. Here are some signs of bad capacitors capacitors. * Power issues (No power, for example)* * Video issues(Image stability, doesn't stay on when plugged into a computer, resolution specific issues, image drops at random)* * Auto adjustment issues * Power light is unstable all the time (Not common. However, this can happen.) * Unplugging it to get it to work becomes a problem * Excessive transformer/inverter hum* [ … ] * Power issues * No power * Video issues(stability, doesn't stay on when plugged intoNOTE: If you have a computer, resolution, random image dropping, etc.) * auto adjustment issues * Power light flickers slightly * Random problems * it has problem with a * next to be unplugged from it, replace all of them no matter what the wall frequently * Transformer hum* * Inverter hum* condition is. [ … ] *If you have any of these problems, replace all the caps no matter the condition of them. In mine I found 2 that didn't look bad blew fromThe one in the bottom. guide has automatic adjustment issues and some power issues when hooked up to a computer. It also had transformer hum problems. This is reason enough monitor has been opened before so this one was easier. If you have never opened it this tends to say this. be a pain for the first time. [ … ] This one is having automatic adjustment issues, power issues when hooked up to a computer and transformer hum problems. I already took this apart to check the capacitors, so it will be easier then one that was never opened before. This monitor can be a pain the first time. [ ] '''If'''If you injure yourself performing this repair, I will not take responsibility for your actions! You have been warned to follow FOLLOW ALL safety instructions provided to avoid injury if inexperienced with high voltage equipment!''' SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDANCE TO AVOID INJURY!'''
your Acer monitor AL2216W is acting up, you probably have a case of bad or failing need to replace the capacitors. Here are some signs of bad capacitors capacitors. * Power issues (No power, for example)* * Video issues(Image stability, doesn't stay on when plugged into a computer, resolution specific issues, image drops at random)* * Auto adjustment issues * Power light is unstable all the time (Not common. However, this can happen.) * Unplugging it to get it to work becomes a problem * Excessive transformer/inverter hum* [ … ] * Power issues * No power * Video issues(stability, doesn't stay on when plugged intoNOTE: If you have a computer, resolution, random image dropping, etc.) * auto adjustment issues * Power light flickers slightly * Random problems * it has problem with a * next to be unplugged from it, replace all of them no matter what the wall frequently * Transformer hum* * Inverter hum* condition is. [ … ] *If you have any of these problems, replace all the caps no matter the condition of them. In mine I found 2 that didn't look bad blew fromThe one in the bottom. guide has automatic adjustment issues and some power issues when hooked up to a computer. It also had transformer hum problems. This is reason enough monitor has been opened before so this one was easier. If you have never opened it this tends to say this. be a pain for the first time. [ … ] This one is having automatic adjustment issues, power issues when hooked up to a computer and transformer hum problems. I already took this apart to check the capacitors, so it will be easier then one that was never opened before. This monitor can be a pain the first time. [ ] '''If'''If you injure yourself performing this repair, I will not take responsibility for your actions! You have been warned to follow FOLLOW ALL safety instructions provided to avoid injury if inexperienced with high voltage equipment!''' SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDANCE TO AVOID INJURY!'''
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