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I have a 17" CRT monitor.. When I was using the computer, suddenly the monitor screen size reduced like some kind of pincushion effect to the maximum... When I tried the option buttons provided below, none of them seem to be working. Can you please help me..??

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If you are technical person open the monitor the biggest part named E.H.T. look at its heat sink a double diode attached to heat desoler it check it and replace it even found ok by multimeter

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