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手順12
If you see bulged capacitors, treat the power supply as if the capacitors are holding a residual charge. In most cases, the filter capacitor is okay. It MUST be discharged if being replaced. The black screw (marked in Blue) is a ground screw and only fits here. DO NOT LOSE IT.
Remove the power supply
  • If you see bulged capacitors, treat the power supply as if the capacitors are holding a residual charge.

  • In most cases, the filter capacitor is okay. It MUST be discharged if being replaced.

  • The black screw (marked in Blue) is a ground screw and only fits here. DO NOT LOSE IT.

  • Only lift the power supply board at a slight angle. Lifting it any more then this could result in pin or video processing board damage.

  • If you cannot find the original capacitors, it is safe to substitute for greater value parts. It is not necessary to match the capacitors used by the factory.

  • This capacitor is only used on older power supply boards. If your board has this capacitor, replacement is recommended, but not required unless there is obvious bulging or leakage.

  • With the power supply shield removed from the monitor, identify the power supply. Along with the capacitors previously mentioned, take note of any additional capacitors that were not mentioned (Ex: inverter coil).

  • Remove the 4 screws from the power supply. Once this is done, lift the power supply up at a slight angle to clear the mounting holes on the monitor chassis for removal.

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