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my AOC crt monitor 5En model has this problem. it has over width the compress button (<> ) is no longer functioning what particular component should i check or adjust inside the circuit? please i need ur help..
Good morning! kindly try the following:
-mouse pointer on the screen, right click the mouse, then click the Properties, then click Settings tab, then click Troubleshoot or Advance which will guide you in setting your screen display. best regards.
This is a hardware based issue, and sadly cannot be fixed without sending it to a service center. If you really want to, you can send this monitor to a service center, but it will be around 100 bucks to fix. I would say just replace it with a smaller LCD panel. They can be bought for around the same price, and they'll save power too.
CRT monitors suffer from the so-called pincushion effect. It is the
curving of the actual video picture usually inwards on the sides. There
is often an adjustment to compensate for this and it's usually situated
near the other user controls. Look for it in you manual.
because of magnetism differences in the world. The monitor is setup to
work where it was built. The pincushion effect get worse over time. The
degree of severity depends on the location of the monitor and the
quality of the design of it to facilitate enough future re-adjustment
by turning the pincushion knob.
Some countries get themselves 'burned' to a spot because of lack of use. a slight twich one way or another will reset it .
The control that you are referring to is it a direct acting one - that is does the work
or is it of the switch variety- that is you activate the control but then have to move larger wheel to do the work?
If the menu is appearing then it should be able to adjust the Monitor, provided you have replaced the micro switches. Check for continuity by pressing the buttons. I don't think that there is any prolem with other components.