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Green screen hi when i turn my monitor on somtimes everything goes green,like theres no colour.i can get it back to normal by tapping the side of the monitor.but lately its getting worse.

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  • Anonymous Aug 20, 2008

    The problem with my HP monitor is that it turns pink (rather than green). But the problem goes away on its own after some time.



    I don't have the 'tap the monitor to regain normal color' solution available, but if I passively continue with whatever I'm doing the problem will eventually pass.



    A friend suggested that it might be helpful to degauss the monitor, but that doesn't do anything to fix the pink hue.

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From your lines... 'Tapping the side of the monitor' Reminds me cracked solder joints. You need to check for this.
First open the Chassis and narrow down the area of the circuit board where exactly applying force makes the monitor fine and in that area of board / around that area look for cracked solders. Definitely this will help you.

Posted on Jan 10, 2008

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