My Lisa 2 got a defect Monitor

From: Scharpf Thomas <thomas_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Mon, 08 Oct 2001 20:29:06 +0200

Hello Alex,

some ideas: Yes!

I got a similar fault with one of my Lisas. The monitor kept being totaly death, although the tube was fired with the whole low voltage, but not the high-voltage from the HV-transformator at the left side under the tube, when looking from top of it. Answer my question: does your HV-transformator whistle or not? If not, it's probably dead like mine. You can plug it of (the fat HV-cable to the tube and the 6 wire plug to the monitor board) and change it (from another Lisa, perhaps) and try. In my case it works again and since that time I'm looking for some parts to replace

>Von: Alex <themacace_at_email.domain.hidden>
>An: <lisalist_at_email.domain.hidden> (LisaList)
>Betreff: Re: My Lisa 2 is now running LisaOS 3.0!
>Datum: Sam, 6. Okt 2001 19:05 Uhr

> i have an old profile! i like it, but i don't see why you would need it
> with the lisa 2. The lisa 2 has a built in HD, doesn't it? also, does
> anyone know how i can get my monitor to work again? i got the power
> supply working in my lisa 1 and the monitor worked. it booted and
> everything! but then it got screwed, i tried to hook it up to external
> video, and i just got static. the monitor didn't work after that. Any
> ideas?
> cheers
> alex

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