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My monitor give tow horizontal lines

My monitor gives two horizontal lines which very thick and black otherwise it work properly

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There should be a dry joint at the vert IC with five pin.
Resolder it, then it wold be ok.

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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 monitor.

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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