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FE1250 Horizonal collapses after 10 minutes

My FE1250 (2 years old) was working great until this week. Now after being on for 10 minutes, the picture will collapse about 3 inches in on each side and jumps back & forth at a rate of 2 to 3 times per second. Seems to be heat related as same things happens after a short cool down. Good for 10 minutes, then begins to look like an accordion.

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it is repairable but for the cost of parts and labor you would be better of getting a new 22" LCD monitor
for the problem I would suspect the fly-back transformer or power supply

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Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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