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Constant hum after power surge

Monitor has a constant loud hum after a power surge. It continues whether display is on or off. If it is plugged in it hums. Any suggestions?

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  • malibu1000 Mar 25, 2008

    I deguassed it. No change.

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Try using the OSD menu to Deguass it.

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