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Sporadic Discoloration & Distortion

I have had this LCD monitor for a while. After using it for about a year, it started to have short periods where the colors on screen would sporadically discolor in odd patterns. These initially short periods became longer and more severe, eventually reaching the point where the screen would become severely distorted and scrambled. Nothing I did seemed to help, and eventually the monitor became unusable and I shelved it.

About 6 months later I reconnected it on a lark, and it worked fine again! After another few months now though, it is beginning to act up again, getting gradually worse just like it did the first time. Disconnecting it from the computer and power sources for a day or two at a time does not seem to help, and I do not leave the monitor on as a habit.

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Most of these monitors have a 3 year warrantly. Give them a ring and see if they will exchange it. No harm in trying!

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