Question about HP f2105 21" LCD Monitor
If the lines are running top to bottom and are perfectly straight then your panel is failing.
The only repair is to have it replaced. It can be sent off and have the driver tabs repaired, but the sheer cost of that operation is far more expensive then a new monitor.
The next best option is to look for another monitor on a certain online auction site with a failed power supply and salvage the panel from that.
Even buying just a panel (new) will be more expensive or as expensive as a replacment monitor.
Sorry, it's just the way technology moves.
If it has any warranty left, then return it under that warranty. Most LCD's have a 3 year warranty, so it is worth checking up on. Look for the "Date of manufacture" on the sticker on the back of the monitor.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
I had this problem around '08 and my monitor is still functioning in 2013. All I did was add a little piece of paper between the screen and the edge of the monitor. I pushed it up into the monitor so as not to see the little piece of paper and it solved the issue. It has been fine ever since.
Posted on Jan 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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