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My 15" View Sonic monitor is almost 6 years old and has been great up until today. The screen turns bright pink. It used to just flash pink and then go back to noemal and now it stays pink. Has it seen better days and do you think I need a new one? Jo

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Yes. seen better days. Get a new one. 

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