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Yamaha iiyama 17NE1-S white vertical colum

I am Yamaha iiyama 17NE1-S e-yama 17" LCD Monitor and i have a white vertical colum to center the screen...just in the monitor is on.....not off thank you to resolve

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  • midge123 Dec 04, 2007

    2 pink 1 white thin vertical lines on left of screen perminantly

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Give it a light bang with your hand to the side.. really.. it says so on their website. it happened because of dis-alignment of some grid, probably happeden during transport

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2008

    hmm, sorry, i have the crt version, not the lcd :) so banging won't work, i guess


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