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Monitor losing brightness

7 year old IBM Netvista 6274 Desktop. Monitor is beginning to fade (getting darker even at max brightness setting). Is it repairable and if not can it be replaced as it is integrated with drive unit?

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Well it does sound like your monitor is going to die soon. You'll just need to replace it, trying to fix a 7yr old monitor is exactly worth it. Fixing it would be costly so you may as well buy a new one.not sure what you mean by integrated with drive unit. some elaborating would help :D

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