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My friends flat screen monitor started to vibrate the other day. I had her check the cables but still picture vibrated. No obvious sources of interference so she bouhgt a new monitor. Same problem.She tried to change the moniter refresh rate but same problem. Any suggestion?

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If you have tried increasing resoulution as well as refresh rate then,
Try to use TFT, I hope a strong High tension wires may be near your house. (TFT's are less affected by this interferences)

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