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Hp pavilion f1703 17"

I am having problems with my monitor it has a red tinge to it and i cant figure oiut how to fix this
ive tried adjusting color in the menu my speakers never did the magnet thing before this so i am stuck

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The magnets in the speakers will not effect the LCD monitor. If it is an LCD the problem in internal to the unit. You need skematics, trouble shooting skills, test equipment to repair this. If your menu can't fix it then your going to need lots of help with this one. Good luck

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