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Screen blinks - sometimes shrinks & disappears and then re-appears

I've seen this problem with CRT TV's before. I've a 9 year old Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 710 monitor that has worked perfectly until now. But it now starts to play up by shrinking the screen, sometimes disappearing the screen whilst "blinking" and then having the screen reformat itself back into a normal trouble free screen. Can't see any answers as to what to do in the Troubleshooting Guide in the manual. Any ideas anybody ?

Thanks for any help offered

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  • woodygee Mar 13, 2008

    Well thanks for the advice but I'm not about to dismantle the monitor and go to it with a soldering iron. I ain't that hands on unfortunately. But thanks again

  • wk2311 Sep 13, 2008

    My HP Pavilion F1503 is doing the same thing. I took it apart and found a transistor burnt. I am going to order order the part as soon as hurricane Ike gets done with Houston, Texas. The site for support is:

    http://www.hp.com/go/support

    W Gove


  • Anonymous Jan 28, 2009

    mine too, but it doesnt make internet window disappear, but everything else

  • katrinarobin Apr 26, 2009

    my monitor changes color and is always blinking

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Just do this, resolder the whole circuit board and crt board.

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