Hi guys, My old BenQ FP937S+ broke about 6 months ago - the backlight died, meaning that the display is effectively useless as you can no longer see anything on the screen (you can very, very faintly see the start-up logo in good light). I heard that it was unlikely to be the backlight itself that had broken, but much more likely that one of the capacitors that powered the backlight had blown. So, now that I've got some free time I have completely disassembled the monitor and I've found the circuitry where this faulty capacitor should be.... and disconnected it from the Samsung panel. The trouble is - I can't find any capacitors that are obviously blown, bulging or leaking - has anyone got any ideas? Below are pictures of the circuitry, any help or ideas would be greatfully appreciated. Or if you have any other suggestions to save this screen from the bin! Thanks guys!