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[* black] With the power supply out of the monitor, mark theYou may like to mark the lead polarity on the back of the power supply board with permanent marker. But if you look at the top of the board you'll see that the polarity is printed there for each capacitor, and after you remove the capacitors you'll see that it's printed on the bottom too -- so why bother?
[* icon_note] This is optional, but highly suggested. Putting the capacitor in the wrong way will cause the capacitor to explode. Permanent marker on the solder mask will not affect the rest of the board.
[* black] With the power supply out of the monitor, mark theYou may like to mark the lead polarity on the back of the power supply board with permanent marker. But if you look at the top of the board you'll see that the polarity is printed there for each capacitor, and after you remove the capacitors you'll see that it's printed on the bottom too -- so why bother?
[* icon_note] This is optional, but highly suggested. Putting the capacitor in the wrong way will cause the capacitor to explode. Permanent marker on the solder mask will not affect the rest of the board.