- Turn power off
- Get a flat bladed screwdriver with a long shaft and insulated handle.
- Attach a wire to it (alligator clips are good for this).
- Attach other end of wire the the metal chassis of the monitor.
- Slide the flat end of the screwdriver under the anode cap (looks like
a suction cup) and touch the anode connector with it - you might get a
crack and/or flash but sometimes not.
- Wait a few minutes and repeat
- Remove anode cap, then remove chassis and cap it
- Before putting the chassis back in again I always discharge the monitor again.