Question about LG Flatron 915FT Plus (White) 19" CRT Monitor
I cannot bring myself to chuck this perfectly good monitor away - as advised! No-one local seems to consider it (or any CRT monitor for that matter) an economic repair. The problem started intermittently a couple of years ago when, apparently when warmed up, the monitor gave a "click" (relay?) sound from the back and the screen went "wide" with its edges outside the physical limit of the crt. The only way to see the edges was then to re-size the image using the touch controls on the front. This adjustment was obviously well outside the calibrated width range and the edges of the image are now cylindrically distorted. The problem became less intermittent as time went on and now the monitor normally starts "wide". I have taken the cover off (with due consideration of CRT HT issues) and can see no obvious signs of component overheating or other failure. The monitor also had image flicker problems which are probably are a related issue - they seem to have stopped now that the width fault has established itelf! Any ideas?
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