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Monitor has intermittent color and signal degradation problems. Wiggling the monitor will fix it, but it will reappear. Internal cables are tight. Any ideas?

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Internal cables may be damaged, try replacing cables, also the screen matrix might have been hit by something [it doesn't have to be hard] and now is not responding correctly every time

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