Question about Mitsubishi Diamond Plus 73 17" CRT Monitor
The reason I had asked if you had tried a different monitor was to determine if it was the monitor or the computer that actually had the problem. That wasn't clear in the first question.
A computer that is having issues will cause the same symptoms you described.
Repairing CRT's is beyond my level of expertise. When I get into a situation like this, I would just replace the monitor. Sorry I couldn't have been more help.
I stopped using CRT's when the price of LCD's dropped.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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