Question about Proview PL576Ws 15.4" Widescreen LCD Display
Posted by Anonymous on
1. try using "degauss" on the screen menu. 2. move away all other electronic devices from the screen. 3. if this doesnt help, you can try the following, but only if you know your way in electronics, and have experiance with welding, otherwise, this is very risky: unplug screen from all cables for a couple of days, then open it and check all weldings, if there are cracked ones, reweld them. again, do it only if you know your way around this, otherwize you will ruin the screen, and worse.
Posted on Feb 22, 2006
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