There is 2 strong and 1 light Vertical lines in the middle of the LCD displayed in my monitor
Its 2003 Manufactured model, there is 2 strong and 1 light vertical lines displayed with in 1 cm area at the middle of the LCD Screen. What would be the cause of this problem, whether its possible to rectify the problem at lesser cost or its a highly technical problem to cost more to rectify?. Kindly advise me, so as to take next step.
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Re: There is 2 strong and 1 light Vertical lines in the...
If the lines run from the top to the bottom of the screen and are perfectly straight then your panel is dying and not worth the effort to repair.
Having said that, you maybe lucky enough to find another monitor cheaply and just swap the panels.
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The model number does not match the set in the video, this is a newer LCD or Plasma set-almost no set made in the last 20 years has a vertical hold, besides I see 3 images or its 3d and camera saw that. This is what the model made in 2003 looks like.
The other set likely has a bad main board that controls everything, without the correct model I cannot even research it.
This is not an inverter problem. The inverter only powers the fluorescent lamps in the back of the LCD panel.
It is probably a fault in the LCD data decoder circuit or a failing connector between the decoder circuit board and the glass LCD panel. If you took it in to a shop, they would probably charge you a full hour's labor minimum - compare that with the price of a new LCD monitor.