Question about Dell E153FP 15" LCD Monitor
the line appearing is as a result of bad picture board inside the monitor. This picture board needs to be replaced for those lines to go off.
Also, since the monitor was given to you, I wouldn't know if there is an additional problem with the monitor apart from the pencil lines across the screen.
I would advice that you take the monitor to a local repairer within your vicinity,so that the monitor can be diagnosed. After diagnosing, the parts that needs to be replaced for the monitor to work fine will be revealed.
Now, the cost of replacement of this parts should now be compared with the price of buying another monitor. This will determine whether or not, the monitor is worth repairing.
Therefore, compare the price of repairing the monitor with the cost purchasing a new monitor. If the cost of repairs is almost the price of purchasing another monitor, then its not worth repairing. But if the cost of purchasing another monitor is far greater than the cost of repairs, then the monitor is worth repairing.
I hope you understand my message.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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