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I have a problem on my "ADI microscan M700" monitor .when i switch on it then i can see a bluesh colour ,sometimes it has no problem . When the fluctuation of power monitor goes to same problem

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this is a loose cable from the monitor vga. please make sure the cable is secure from THE monitor side

It is a connection somewhere. It can be the cable, monitor, or video card. If you another input on the monitor i.e. DVI try that with a different cable. If there is another output on video card try that. Mix them to test. trial and error.

Odds are there are some smashed pins.

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hope u r a professional..as u r handling chip-level repairing of monitor, knowing itz hazardous n dangerous..

however, check thoroughly for dry soulderings..(esp. at the crt base)..[this chance is maximum]..
see if the base is loose or faulty..
yes, it can b the 'chroma ic'..but don't ignore the associated components..(esp around the base)..
check video amplifier n sub section..
the colour diodes, transistors n resistances at the base..

for better supervision contact ur system admin/vendor....

Posted on Nov 11, 2009

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