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I have a HCL TFT17W80PS LCD Monitor screen is slight vibrating the text. how can i solve the problem.

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Sounds like this may be the cable between the monitor and computer. It may also be dry joints on the logik board. The board where the signal cable plugs into. This socket may have loose connections or dry solder points on the board. Hope this will help you. Please be careful when opening the screen as it can damage easily. Try refrain from handling the screen on the front. Best Wishes and Good Luck, JUS004

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