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Colin Shannon Posted on Aug 24, 2006

Compressed Screen Hi, I have a CRT monitor, just recentley it has been playing up. It would suddenly produce a bright flash down the centre of the screen, then revert back to normal. It has been doing this on and off. Now when it is turned on, there is just a vertical line down the centre of the screen, less than 1 cm wide, it would appeat that all the picture is compressed into there. Any advice on what components could be causing this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Colin

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Hi, I have the same problem with the same iiyama master pro 510 monito.
Did you resolve your problem? Could you give me any advice?
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If you get a video camera & wave it from left to right while pointing it at the screen you'll just see the image in the flicker

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