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Ghosting? Red tint on left side of monitor with ghost pixels of previous desktop icons. Picture here, http://s23.postimg.org/9on0exkp7/Photo_01_04_2014_22_17_28.jpg

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Verify:
1- the backligth is on (is led light)
2- the controller video board on this monitor

from your photo seems to be a problem with the backlight, but this is a LED -> a think you will be force to change the display.


good luck!

Posted on Apr 04, 2014

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SOURCE: Verticle blue lines, left side

Your Display cable (inside your monitor) needs to be replaced.

I would look on ebay to try and find the part and then take it to a local tech to replace it for you as I would not recommend anyone take apart a monitor (LCD OR CRT) if you had never done so before.

OR, Buy a new one.

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Ghosting on DELL 2007WFP

Make sure that cable connections are securely fastened to the connectors and try reaseating the connectors. If connecting a device using component cables, make sure all three color-coded cables are connected correctly into the corresponding connectors.
Check the condition and length of the cables. Cables that are longer than 3 meters (10 feet), become more susceptible to promoting signal degredation (small dots "sparkling" on the screen and image ghosting). Cables that have been bent or pinched may also cause picture quality problems. Replace the cable or try a different cable type.

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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SOURCE: screen ghosting & horizonal lines

ulrit, If no warranty, then you too, will need to contact Dell for cash+old unit swapout for refurbished unit or repair/refurbish the power-supply printed circuit board inside unit. Haven't you been to YOUTUBE to see DIY video clips on repair of lcd monitors??? You may even find one for your model among all the videos you can find there!!! Then remember to come back to fixya and do extensive reading and follow the links you find in the PROFILES of "louie12fix" "12fixlouie" "budmrtn" "buddymc".
I hope this response helps you understand problem and guides you to a "fix" for your unit. 12fixlouie Bye for now.

Posted on May 26, 2010

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TRYING TO CONNECT TWO MONITORS FOR EXTENDING USE


1) You have to have a graphics card with two monitor ports.

You Cannot use one port on a graphics card, and the VGA, or DVI port on the motherboard of the computer.
BIOS will only let you use the graphics card, or the Integrated Graphics.

2) Using a 'splitter' cable results in very bad graphics on two monitors, or no graphics at all.

3) With a graphics card installed that has two monitor ports on it, connect the monitors to the graphics card.

[ The graphics card can have a VGA port, and a DVI port. Or the graphics card can have two DVI ports.

VGA = Video Graphics Array
Photo of a VGA port,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:SVGA_port.jpg

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5) Windows loaded, right-click on an empty area of the desktop screen.

6) In the list go to the bottom, and click on Properties

7) Click on the Settings tab.

8) You will see two monitor icons.
One icon has a square with a 1 in it.
The other icon has a square with a 2 in it.

The 1 monitor icon is used to represent your Primary monitor.
The one you have been using.
As you can see the 1 monitor icon is sitting to the Left.
This is how your Primary monitor should be sitting on your computer desk.

The 2 monitor icon is used to represent your Secondary monitor.
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Whatever is on your Primary monitor, has to be drug over to the Secondary monitor, when you are on the internet, or a program. (Such as a game)

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