I just ordered two cap kits for a pair of Viewsonic 22" LCDs on Saturday. Both have the same issues - will not power up when the button is pressed, but may power up after repeated tries. I disassembled both and there are 4 caps that are bulging or leaking outright. The repair kits provide 7 caps, and it is advised that you replace ALL 7 caps, not just the ones you see that are bad. The newer caps are better quality ones, so these should be better than new once I've got the soldering done.
Don't be stressed out on a repair either. They aren't that difficult to get apart or repair. For $20, I got two 22" LCDs, hows that for a deal !?? Best bet is to google your monitor, looking for 'Tube videos or disassembly and/or repair. Be aware that caps can still hold a charge, even after being off for a while, so exercise caution when working on the board that holds the caps and power plug.
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