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Re: Creeping black line

Posted by mrtaz187 on Nov 11, 2008 Report abuse
I have an IC Power CM2019 monitor. Just the other day I noticed what looked like scatches on my monitor screen. Closer look it's in the pixels. Problem is that it's growing around the right side of the monitor. Don't know what it is or why. My system works fine, thought it was a diaplay adapter, but completely unhooked the monitor from the system still exsits. Any suggestions? Also can't seem to find a website for the manufacturer. Help!!!!! Comment by mrtaz187, posted on Nov 12, 2008 I'm not so sure though. I mean it has gotten worse within the past 48hrs. Could it be anything else?

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Hi mrtaz187 -
Well, the pixels can go bad on the LCD monitors and from what you are explaining, it certainly sounds like this is the case on your monitor. I wish that I had better news for you but the monitor will have to be replaced. Sorry. I know that Walmart has had these monitors on sale in the past and they have offered a 13 month warranty. If you could return it from where you bought it (under warranty), that would be the best solution... otherwise it will need to be replaced because usually the bad pixel problem grows worse over time.

Hope that helps,

Take care,
Michael

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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Hi mrtaz187,
Well it sounds like the monitor pixels are starting to fail. Once you notice the pixels starting to fail, you will probably notice that over time it get worse. I had the same problem on one of my monitors too. I think it's time to replace that monitor. On the good side, new monitors are relatively inexpensive. You might think about getting a name brand for your new monitor too as it will usually have a warranty for problems like this in the future.

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