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Re: Various colours mixing on monitor
Hi im wesley. please make sure that you keep speakers and things like that away from your screen and switch your screen off and plug it out for a few hours if it duznt come right its not magnet that caused it it might be settings of your vga card.
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Synthetic coach finish will usually be touch dry in about six hours in normal humidity and mild ambient temperatures. During mixing the colour the paintshop should add a drying agent, without which the paint will remain tacky forever.
A friend in the trade was bemoaning how he had just had several gallons of mixed colour returned because somebody, perhaps himself, had forgotten the drying agent.
The only other paint in my experience that is reluctant to dry is the various types of 2-pack which should have one of various types of activator added.
I know there are many types of paint on the market for various purposes and many are only suitable for curing in an oven. Whenever buying paint ensure a manufacturer's data sheet is also supplied as that will be found to be most valuable.
Owners manual call for 40:1 mix for the Weedeater GTI19.
Or just use a good multi-mix oil that works from 16:1 to 50:1. It come in pre-measured bottles or packages for mixing with 1 or 2-1/2 gallons of fuel. This cut down multiple cans of fuel mix for your various pieces of 2 cycle equipment. This is what I use in the repair shop so I don't have to worry about using the wrong mix.
Make sure that the "data" cable between the computer and the monitor is tightly-connected at both ends.
Try a different "data" cable.
Try connecting the monitor to a different computer (laptop or desktop).
Note that 'WHITE' is generated by mixing all 3 "primary" colours.
If the video-card on your computer is not generating all 3 colours, then 'PINK' could be the result from mixing the remaining 2 "primary" colours.
All the colours on the screen are created by "mixing" the 3 "primary" colours (red, blue, green).
Once the production of "green" ceases, anything that should be "100% green" becomes "100% black",
and every colour that indicates some percentage of "green" becomes a mixture of just RED and BLUE, i.e., various shades of PINK.
First, try the monitor on another computer (desktop or laptop). If the problem persists, it's time to replace the monitor. If the problem vanishes, it's the video-card in your computer that is not generating GREEN, or it is the "data" cable between your monitor and your computer that is not transmitting the GREEN request. So, you can try replacing the data-cable, or try replacing the video-card.
Monitors mix the 3 "primary" colours, in various proportions, to produce all other colours.
Mix equal parts of all 3 colours, and you get WHITE.
Mix equal parts of only 2 colours, and you get YELLOW.
1. your computer's video-card is not sending the 3rd colour;
2. your video-cable between the computer and the monitor is broken, and is not transmitting the 3rd colour;
3. your video-cable is not TIGHTLY connected at each end;
4. the electronics inside the monitor that SHOULD be producing the 3rd colour have failed.
Try connecting the monitor to a different computer, with the same video-cable. If it works correctly, your video-card is the problem.
Try connecting the monitor with a different video-cable, to see if replacing the cable fixes the problem.
Try connecting the monitor to a different computer, with a different video-cable. If it still is incorrect, then the monitor needs repair/replacement.
Have you tried to connect your laptop to external monitor?
If you get normal picture on external monitor, then you need to replace LCD screen, but if you get same picture on external screen, then unfortunately you will need new motherboard, because graphics card is integrated to motherboard.
There is an option on the monitor to reset colour to factory default. Just bring up the on screen menu by pressing the left most button at the botton. Use the button next to this to highlight the colour settings which I think is the 5th or next to last option down. You will then see the option to reset colour and various other factory default settings. Happy computing