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Screen is jumping and will not stop

The screen jump and will not stop no matter if you cut it off and unplug it when you turn it back on it continues to jump so fast that you can not make out what is on the screen

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If this is an older type cathode ray monitor (CRT) there ahould be a control on the back for "vertical roll" that needs adjustment.

If it's a newer flat panel TFT screen take it to a shop or junk it.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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