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Squiggly lines in the center of the monitor

I have recently noticed that I have some squiggly lines in the center area of the monitor. It doesn't show up on a white background but any other color background it shows up. At first I thought it was in the page I was looking at - kind of like a watermark - but now I see it on every colorderd page and especially when I view photos. Any idea what might have caused this or how I can get rid of them?

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Sounds like you have what are called dead pixels. This typically happens in monitors that are about 2+ years old. If you are still within warranty i would contact hp about getting it serviced.    

Posted on Oct 25, 2007

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