Question about Dell E551c (Dark Gray) 15 in.CRT Conventional Monitor

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My monitor changes colors

My computer changes colors. Its a old monitor, about 4 years old and it could just be of old age. Any way to fix this/ is it becuase of age?

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  • Anonymous Jun 07, 2008

    my monitor HCL - HCM58OM is changing color randomly.

    brightness changes irregularly;

    but mostly red color is inconsistent and is undetectable which changes into black.

    screen also flickers a lot.

    but sometimes it gets well automatically

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CRT monitors can last way past 4 years if taken care of. Please give more detail of your problem since there's not much we can tell by your description. What colors? what was the progression of the problem? can you attach a screen shot? Please comment back

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