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Whisk won't spin

I believe the magnet is affected. It will spin for a bit then stop but restart if I give it a nudge.

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What are the parts of the central ''spinner'' of a milk frother?

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The CD door or drawer won't close properly with out giving it a nudge just before it suppose to close, other wise its ajar just slightly!

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Sounds like symptoms that the monitor needed to be degaussed (pronounced "Dee' Gowsed"),
and, since most modern (conventional CRT) monitors will degauss themselves upon power-up,
it looks like your restart addressed the problem.

Usually, a CRT that need to be degaussed will develop blurring at the edges first, but its possible
that the monitor was affected by stray magnetic field(s) over time, and failed to successfully
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Here's your wikipedia entry on the concept:

Here's a how-to, in case you want to (or end up needing to) do it manually:

It looks like a .PDF service manual may be available free here:

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