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

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the power supply capacitors. Here are some signs of bad capacitors. '''Replace all capacitors''' * Power issues (No power, for example)* (This monitor has this issue) * Video issues(Image stability, doesn't stay on issues(Examples: Unstable image, Image drops when plugged into connected to a computer, resolution specific issues, does not play nice on higher resolutions, random image drops at random)* drops) * Monitor turns off randomly and will not turn on without being unplugged and power drained * Excessive transformer hum (This monitor has this issue) * Excessive inverter hum (This monitor has this issue) * Backlight does not work '''Partial capacitor replacement MAY work (but not recommended)''' * Auto adjustment issues (This monitor has this issue) * Power light is unstable all the time (This problem is not common. However, it can happen uncommon. Partial replacement MAY work.) Note: Even if the caps are bad enough.) * Unplugging it to get it to work becomes a problem * Excessive transformer/inverter hum* [ ] Note: If you have a problem issue can be fixed with a * next to it, replace partial replacement, the issues will continue re-occurring until all of them no matter what the condition is. [ ] The one capacitors are replaced. '''Original capacitor values (Supplied if you do not want to go up in the guide has automatic adjustment issues uF and some power issues when hooked up to a computer. It also had transformer hum problems. This monitor has been opened before so this one was easier. If you have never opened it this tends want to be a pain match the first time it is done. [ ] '''If you injure yourself performing this repair, I will not take responsibility for your actions! FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDANCE TO AVOID INJURY!''' old caps)''' * 25V 1000uF (x2) * 10V 1000uF (x1) * 25V 220uF (x2)
the power supply capacitors. Here are some signs of bad capacitors. '''Replace all capacitors''' * Power issues (No power, for example)* (This monitor has this issue) * Video issues(Image stability, doesn't stay on issues(Examples: Unstable image, Image drops when plugged into connected to a computer, resolution specific issues, does not play nice on higher resolutions, random image drops at random)* drops) * Monitor turns off randomly and will not turn on without being unplugged and power drained * Excessive transformer hum (This monitor has this issue) * Excessive inverter hum (This monitor has this issue) * Backlight does not work '''Partial capacitor replacement MAY work (but not recommended)''' * Auto adjustment issues (This monitor has this issue) * Power light is unstable all the time (This problem is not common. However, it can happen uncommon. Partial replacement MAY work.) Note: Even if the caps are bad enough.) * Unplugging it to get it to work becomes a problem * Excessive transformer/inverter hum* [ ] Note: If you have a problem issue can be fixed with a * next to it, replace partial replacement, the issues will continue re-occurring until all of them no matter what the condition is. [ ] The one capacitors are replaced. '''Original capacitor values (Supplied if you do not want to go up in the guide has automatic adjustment issues uF and some power issues when hooked up to a computer. It also had transformer hum problems. This monitor has been opened before so this one was easier. If you have never opened it this tends want to be a pain match the first time it is done. [ ] '''If you injure yourself performing this repair, I will not take responsibility for your actions! FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDANCE TO AVOID INJURY!''' old caps)''' * 25V 1000uF (x2) * 10V 1000uF (x1) * 25V 220uF (x2)