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Westinghouse LCM-19W4

\015 I have a Westinghouse 19" wide screen monitor model LCM 19W4 that I purchased in 2007. Several months ago it started shutting itself off. This has happened at least a few times. Pressing the power button would not turn it back on. I unplugged it and it would would work again without problem. I'm not sure if unplugging was what helped, or if it was allowing the monitor some time to cool down. Tonight, it shut itself off again, but after unplugging, this time it would only stay on for a couple/few seconds. These things are only warranted for 1 year and the warranty expired not long ago. Does anybody know what the problem and solution is? I can use a soldering iron if need be.\015

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I had the same problem with my two LCM-19W4 monitors. Both failed within two months of each other. Radio Shack stocks 220uF 35V capacitors that work fine for this. You have to pay $1.49 ea though.
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