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[title] Identify the power supply
[* icon_caution] '''If any of the capacitors have bulged, assume they have residual charge. Furthermore, handle the power supply from the sides and avoid contact with the capacitors.'''
[* icon_caution] '''In most cases, the filter capacitor on the primary side of the power supply does not need to be replaced. This capacitor should only be replaced IF it is bulging and you have a discharge tool on hand.'''
[* icon_caution] '''Original capacitor ratings (primary): 25V 1000uF (X2), 10V 1000uF (X1), 25V 220uF (X2)'''
[* icon_reminder] '''If you cannot find the original capacitors easily (or they are more expensive), it is okay to use capacitors with a higher uF and voltage rating. As long as they fit, you should not have any issues.'''
[* icon_note] The capacitor marked in red is only on older power supply boards. Never revisions of the power supply used in this monitor no longer usehave this capcapacitor. Replacement is recommended if you have it, but is generally okay to ignore unless it looks like it is bulging or has leaking electrolytes.
[* icon_note] The capacitor marked in red is only on older power supply boards. Never revisions of the power supply used in this monitor no longer usehave this capcapacitor. Replacement is recommended if you have it, but is generally okay to ignore unless it looks like it is bulging or has leaking electrolytes.
[* black] With the power supply shield removed from the monitor, identify the power supply. Write down which capacitors you need so you know what to get if you are buying them locally.

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