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2 inch black on both sides of the monitor (Horizontal)

Good day. i need help on my monitor hansol.i my horizontal adjustment cannot fill the entire monitor leaving about 2 inch black on right and left of my monitor. if i adjust the resolution to high it make about 5 inch both of the sides. if i am in the dos mode, it is only about 2 inch both sides if i use higher refresh rate in the windows environment, the black color becomes larger. what happen to my monitor.

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Re: 2 inch black on both sides of the monitor...

1 it is due to horizntal output trnansistor. 2 capacitor connected to horz output. 3 flyback transformer. hope this will help you.

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