I had a LCD monitor die on me earlier this week. It turns on and displays for 2 seconds then goes black. Usually this due to failing capacitors on the power supply. In the past I've been lucky enough to be able to see the bad, bulging caps. This time nothing looks out of place. So I got a Honeytek A6013L capacitor meter and started taking readings. All the capacitors give me measurements, but many are not exactly as marked. I have 470uF reading 450-455uF, 1000uF reading 930-950uF and 120uF reading 110uF. What kind of range should I be looking for? The only reference I've been able to find is for AC starting caps should be within -5% to +10%. Does the same apply to all capacitors? Thanks for any tips.