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LG L1520B the monitor shakes making some lines running horizontal making the view difficult to see anything on the screen.Infact when i switch on the monitor behaves very well then starts shaking again making the distortet lines running horizontally at the bottom of the screen and then the whole monitor.Please advice what to do

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If you keep any magnetic/electro magnetic objects near the monitor these kind of problem may occur, Example Speakers, mobiles.etc.,

But in you case, i hope the problem is with the hardware, Please change the Main Filter capacitor in SMPS of your monitor.

Note: It is not advisable to open the cover of the Monitor. Monitor and TVs stores power even they are disconnected so if you are not sure, please get help from a Service Engineer.

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This sounds like either a loose lead connection or a corrupt driver, if its looking like a driver fault you can click Start>Run then type 'dxdiag' then hit enter for windows to check drivers. If it's a driver fault unistall driver in add/remove programmes and restart pc, when it finds your graphics card on startup insert your Graphic card cd rom to install driver again.

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