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MY MONITOR HAS LOST COLOR.

THE COLOR HAS GONE TO GREYISH, AND THE IMAGES HAVE LOST SHAPE. PLEASE HELP!

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Sometimes a loose cable will cause this issue. Check to make sure the cable to the monitor is not loose. The images loosing shape may mean there's an entirely different issue, though. I'm not a monitor expert, so not sure where else to proceed.

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