I've been teaching myself the fine art of monitor repair - replacing capacitors on a trio of lcd screens. Apparently they all had capacitors that had suffered from the plague - though a mild case of it since they bulged a tiny bit, as opposed to leaked all over the place., and replacing them has allowed two of them to be usable, least over the past week.
The third however has exhibited the same symptoms as it did before - one of the two capacitors i replaced seems to have bulged again, as did one of the ones i didn't (made by the same company that made the caps i replaced earlier). Since it was only on the board a few days, and ran for a total of maybe an hour i'm assuming its not capacitor rot.
Did i just get a bum capacitor, or could there be other issues? Is there anything i can test to try to work out the source of the problem?