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    38" Monitor

    Gents

    I've replaced the monitor in my Game Master cab. Very happy with the replacement. The picture is crisp and bright!

    The old monitor had lost it's green. Now my question is, should I try and repair the old monitor and keep it or just throw it out?

    I honestly don't think I want to start hourding spare parts, but I'm not sure how difficult it will be in the future to try and obtain this size monitor. Looking for any thoughts/suggestions.

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    I would suggest these are already difficult to find replacement parts for....but being 38 any hoarding will require plenty of room!

    Great to hear you have got it fixed.


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    Actually, I've just realised this is a 33" not 38".

    I'm hoping that I will never have issues with the current monitor considering it's only going to be for home use but I'm not sure. If I throw it out, I might need it eventually haha

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