Question about Acer AL1711 17" LCD Monitor
I have recently gained a monitor and discovered that are bright areas(bright shadows) on the right of objects,icon, letters etc.The length of this area is approx. 1-2 pixels. This hurts your eyes after a while. I note that someone else had a similar problem and was recommended to remove the back and adjust the HV potentiometer.
Does this work?
And how do you remove the back? I have removed all the screws and cannot open it up?
SIMPLE !! The "shadowing" you talk about is due to cables in back of your computer, touching or too close together. I had this happen to mine. I moved the cables apart, and no more shadows !! Sounds too easy, but it works. Takes a few seconds. Immediate results.
Posted on Nov 06, 2014
Did you ever find the problem with this unit? BTW, a crappy video cable can cause this or the input impedance has changed on the monitor due to improper connections.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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