Question about Computer Monitors
Your description is really very vague...
Off colour is usually attributed to the picture tube (CRT) getting weak, and the internal automatic bias control can no longer track the emission of the electron-guns in the CRT to compensate for the bias current change with age and use.
It is possible to have some components failing in the CRT drive and bias circuits, but this is rare in these monitors.
I hope you didn't pay very much for this monitor when buying it used.
I would seriously consider a new LCD monitor. Most of these will give at least 3 years of service with full time use.
Posted on May 19, 2008
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