Samsung 223BW LCD
My latest victim, a Samsung 223BW LS22MEVSFV/XSA from June 2007. With everyone's favorite caps, of course.
This morning the monitor decided to not even bother coming on, despite being 9°C inside the house. For the last few weeks I had noticed some barely visible fuzzy lines on the odd occasion but nothing out of the ordinary - my previous monitor used to have trouble just turning on when its caps went.
As usual for most electronics this side of the 1990s, the main board is very good quality whereas the power supply is cheap and nasty.
Anyway, after disassembling it I found that not just one or two caps, but the entire batch of large CapXon caps on the power supply PCB had failed, with one of them venting.
Time to get this one back in service as I don't have any other decent LCDs left - I am currently using an 1280x1024 LG Flatron L1710M from 2004 because it was either that or a CRT, and I would rather stay this side of the year 2000!
Anyway, here's a list of the electrolytic caps on the power supply, which is an IP-43130A, datecode 0722.
C105 JH CD266 100µF 450V 105°C
C107 CapXon KM 47µF 50V 105°C
C111 CapXon GL 820µF 25V 105°C BULGED
C112 CapXon GL 820µF 25V 105°C BULGED
C113 CapXon GL 330µF 25V 105°C BULGED
C114 CapXon GL 820µF 25V 105°C BULGED
C118 CapXon GL 2.2µF 50V 105°C
C316 CapXon GL 820µF 25V 105°C BULGED
C317 CapXon GL 820µF 25V 105°C BULGED
C318 CapXon GL 22µF 50V 105°C
As for the rest that aren't bulged, I don't trust those either after what happened to my previous monitor.
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