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    Posted: 14 Feb 2020 at 10:07am
I have a Nanao MS9-29s that just died, and I'd appreciate it if anyone has experience of these monitors they can share. There's very little online that I can find.

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Hi Liam,

Best thing to do is remove the monitor chassis and send to one of the fine gents on here.

Is you power supply outputting the correct voltage?
What cabinet is it?
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Originally posted by Eddhorse Eddhorse wrote:

Hi Liam,

Best thing to do is remove the monitor chassis and send to one of the fine gents on here.

Is you power supply outputting the correct voltage?
What cabinet is it?


It's from Sega Rally. I haven't done any work on it yet. I'm going to clean it up and have a look around the power supply section to begin with. Mostly I'm looking for hints on what to look for first.
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a little video ? pictures ? 
neck glow?
Fuse?
Any ugly signs before it went?
any arcing?
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