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rob, anytime you are dealing with a collapsed monitor, I consider a cap kit and replace all the caps on the monitor board. You also want to take a look at the IC's. thereThere is a 6522 that seems to beIC401 under a weak spot forlarge heat sink on the Vectrexpower board. Check that since it does have the tendency to overheat. Check your monitor board for any loose or burned components. Please remember that you are dealing with a CRT and that you must properly discharge the high voltage capsCRT before working on it. Otherwise you could have a shocking experience.
rob, anytime you are dealing with a collapsed monitor, I consider a cap kit and replace all the caps on the monitor board. You also want to take a look at the IC's. thereThere is a 6522 that seems to beIC401 under a weak spot forlarge heat sink on the Vectrexpower board. Check that since it does have the tendency to overheat. Check your monitor board for any loose or burned components. Please remember that you are dealing with a CRT and that you must properly discharge the high voltage capsCRT before working on it. Otherwise you could have a shocking experience.

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rob, anytime you are dealing with a collapsed monitor, I consider a cap kit and replace all the caps on the monitor board. You also want to take a look at the IC's. there is a 6522 that seems to be a weak spot for the Vectrex. Check your monitor board for any loose or burned components. Please remember that you are dealing with a CRT and that you must properly discharge the high voltage caps before working on it. Otherwise you could have a shocking experience.

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