My lg monitor eht is burst please help...

Lg electronics / Model number-cs788c
October 24, 2010 at 00:23:20
Specs: Windows XP, 256 MB
Dear Sir/Madam

My LG monitor(DESK TOP),made in KOREA, suddenly stopped showing anything on the screen.I have taken the advice from a technician he told me that the EHT of my LG MONITOR is totally burst and because of that he is not able to find out the NUMBER of the EHT which is applicable in my monitor.Please find the details of my LG MONITOR and please send me the Number of EHT so that i can purchase the right EHT to resolve my problem.Please also send me any direct phone number of any LG COMPUTER SERVICE CENTER so that i can contact them for my any further queries.

Model number-CS788C
Serial Number-806KG10355
Manufactured-JUNE 1998
Power-AC 100-240/ 50/60Hz 2.0A
Please send me the solution o my problem on,My mobile number-09826062724.

Please do the nedful as soon as possible.
Thanks and regards

Suryadev Nagar

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October 24, 2010 at 00:43:52

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October 24, 2010 at 00:58:16
"Manufactured-JUNE 1998"

It's 12 years old. It's dead. Buy a new one with a warranty.

Goin' Fishin' (Some day)

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October 24, 2010 at 02:04:02
Actually i want to use it as a TV MONITOR now.

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October 24, 2010 at 06:29:46
EHT stands for Extremely High Tension. It is the transformer that produces the thousands of volts needed to make a CRT monitor work. It puts a high voltage on the anode to accelerate the electrons coming from the cathode.

The chances of getting a replacement is slim as very few manufactures are making CRT monitors any more and even then the cost involved in fitting it would probably outweigh the value of the monitor. Fitting and EHT transformer is not a job for amateurs. I wouldn't even attempt it and I know what I am doing.

Time to buy a new monitor.


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October 24, 2010 at 20:43:55
I fully agree with StuartS.
It is highly unlikely the part is available, and if it is the price will be high. The cost of the part alone could rival the cost of a new monitor, to say nothing of the cost of replacing it. Even for someone with the required skills this is a major job. For an amateur the chances of a failed installation are very high. In the end you would have a 12 year old monitor that coud fail for any number of reasons. I am speaking from many years experience servicing electronic equipment.

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