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Titiling green pixels over greys an blacks - HP w2207 Monitor

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  • jose880 May 19, 2009

    Could be happens on a 1 month buy display?

  • jose880 May 19, 2009

    You rules guys, thanks from Santiago of Chile. Sended from my way to the store

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If your getting weird pixels combos on the monitor then the screen itself is going bad and the monitor will have to be replaced.

This has to do with the air pockets behind the screen losing its resilence and not able to keep a charge.


Posted on May 18, 2009

  • Ben Wabnick
    Ben Wabnick May 19, 2009

    It can happen because the monitors are all mostly made overseas and they all use cheaper components to keep costs down. If you bought it from a store that has any kind of warranty, then bring it back and either get a different replacement monitor or your money back.




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    Ben Wabnick May 19, 2009

    your very welcome from the states. Be sure to rate my solution when you get the chance please.

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