Question about SAMTRON 55V 15" CRT Monitor
The most probable cause for this is some magnetic field present near these areas, which cause the monitor's mask getting magnetized. I would guess that you have speakers on the monitor's sides, right? You need magnetically shielded (good quality "computer" type) speakers, or else move the existing ones away from the monitor.
The DEGAUSS option from your monitor's controls is used to de-magnetize the mask. You are sure to find it in the monitor menu. Or if you can't find it, simply switch the monitor on and off a couple of times (off, 10 seconds wait, on, 30 seconds wait, and so on) - degaussing is (should be) performed upon every power up cycle.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you....i used the degauss option from the monitor menu.... again thank u very much...:)"
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