Ok guys, a buddy of mine gave me a broken flatscreen computer monitor. I've had a lot of exposure to capacitors and recognizing when they are bad and need fixed. I pulled the monitor apart and sure enough the caps were bulging. I replaced the two that were bulging and plugged in the power. Well... I didn't realize I had replaced one cap backwards. I heard a sizzle and a small pop and quickly unplugged it. Then I got another cap and replaced them again, both, and made double sure they were in right. After I had installed it I fired it up and it turned on the monitor. I expected it to show my xp screen on my laptop since thats what it was plugged into. It quickly recognized it was plugged into the computer and said "going to sleep" and went dark. I'm not sure if I damaged the board or not. When I replaced the caps I did see that the solder was melting because of the reversed cap. I'm wondering how I can check if I did any further damage.... I'm handy with an ohm meter and a test light. Guide me oh wise ones!