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My ViewSonic monitor is having an issue with blurring lines. Anything on the left or middle of the screen blurs to the right in a faded color, extremely noticable when I open MS Paint and fill the left half of the canvas with a color, as it produces a very thick blur extending all the way right across the screen. This is most noticable on screens with a lot of white. What caused this and how do I fix this?

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This is a tipical flyback defect circuit, the lines can 1st appear on top/bottom of screen, then can increase to center. Send monitor to repair center, for check and repair. You can test with a tv test signal.

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