I brought my monitor at a computer show in nyc and a white line across the screen appeared days after using the monitor. It hasn't dropped or anything and this line is starting to get on my nerves. I have the reciept and everything I just don't know where to go from there and i'm wishing I just brought my monitor in a regular store.
I have a one inch wide white line from the top of my screen to the bottom, you can see through it sort of
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I have a couple AOC i2353ph monitors. One day, one of them booted up with a single vertical white line moving slowly back and forth across the screen that kind of looked like a scan or radar. Once I reset the monitor from the OSD it went way. Use "Extra > Reset" from the monitor menu.
I have dual AOC i2553ph monitors. One day I came into work and notice one of them had a single vertical white line moving slowly back and forth across the screen that looked like a scan or radar function. I reset the monitor from the OSD and all is well again. Use "Extra > reset" from the OSD on AOC monitors.
Hook up that monitor to another laptop or computer. If it works then its an issue with the vga port on your laptop. If the monitor still shows those lines then you know for sure the monitor is bad and it will have to be replaced.
It could be one of three things, the first two could be an easy fix, the last one calls for a qualified repair person and could cost you
-first, The lcd cable assembly is loose, make sure it's seated properly. if problem still exists try to Disconnect the monitor cable from the computer and turn the monitor on leave it plugged in to the electric socket.it will display a diagnostic colorbar are the lines still there. if not your problem might be a cable or video card. if they are still there have a technician evaluate the monitor.
-second, The inverter card may need to be reseated
-last, The lcd has a thin line crack and needs to get replaced
It would be helpful to know about the inner workings of an lcd screen and how to access them. It shouldn't be to difficult if your computer savvy. I want to caution you about getting shocked. an lcd still has power stored in capacitors. you should be able to drain those capacitors by leaving the monitor on and unplugging it from the electrical plug wait 10 sec or until all lights go out on the monitor.
If none of this works then Your monitor is defective, and nothing you can do to fix it... Call where you got it from for a replacement
It is the problem of monitor pcb in vertical section.check vertical ic for dry soldring. Resolder the ic if problem still on then change ic or check components related ith it. check continuity of vertical deflection coil.
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