Question about HP Pavilion MX70 17" CRT Monitor
I have experienced this problem before with a nec crt monitor and its permanent and can not be fixed with out having to flush money into it. personally i wold not deal with it. in this day in age era LCD monitors are almost dirt cheap plus if you put it this way which is more valuble to you your health? or your monitor. the reason asking this is because crt monitors outputs a high dose of radiation. partly the reason to produce lcd monitors they dont disapate heat like crts and they dont have all that radiation build up like crt monitors hold. so if you would rather have your health then get a lcd for sure.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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