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Lines on my monitor

I have lines that are squiggly on my monitor I already chaged the resolution and that helped somewhat but I have other ones now that I can't seem to get rid of.

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  • tazerri Dec 14, 2008

    what is the MCU? I am not very tech savy sorry.

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Samsung have a lot of liquid crystal display there. The solution is simple: the replacement of an MCU will be able to repair.
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