Question about Dell UltraSharp 1905FP 19" LCD Monitor
The far right side of the screen has an area extending out about 1 1/2
inches f and top to bottom that is "fuzzy" It is a straight line or rectangle area. It does not go away when
using different applications, although sometimes it is less noticeable. With some applications, it seems to have horizontal areas or lines running completely across the screen that vary in height. I have no idea what to do?
This problems Known as decaussing problem in the CRT Monitor era.U left ur computer on and monitor on 24/7?Yes mean U have magnetic field sourced somewhere.Turn ur computer off at night or move ur computer to another location.99% will solved this problems,but if not take it to a tv shop tell them ur monitor have a decaussing problems,than they can used a electromagnetic coil go over the screen several times,than this problems will be100% be fixed.Will not cost more than 10-20 dollars max.
Posted on Mar 19, 2013
I also have this same problem.... I took the thing apart blew the dust out and put it back together..... no change. I was not able to fix the problem, but if you go into the color settings you can tweak back the red and green to the the heavy distortion to go away. It is almost unnoticeable now.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
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