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Require color adjustment Acer AL507 Monitor (add red)

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Problem: Full color display was malfunctioning because of a single bent pin in the 'male' connecting socket of the cable from the monitor to the PC systems box.
Fix: Repair the bent pin so that it is able to correctly complete the connection (this is very difficult because the tiny pin must be made totally straight and returned to its absolute exact position), or preferably, replace the cable connector.

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

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