Left half of screen is perfect. Right half of screen shakes
Hello i have a dell 1800fp and the left half of the screen works perfectly while the right half is shaky or jittery. Are there any solutions for this problem? If so please help. Thank you. Matt Gerardi
Re: Left half of screen is perfect. Right half of screen...
Look to see if there is any kind of magnet by the screen. Even speakers wil do it. So does anything that emits micro waves such as cell phones and microwave ovens. So just move it or anything that you think could mess it up.
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Line, faults & possible causes to LCD screen are given with illustrations. You can get an idea about the fault to an extent.
If its a Plasma it uses sustain or t con boards--sustain will usually be two--one for left side and one for right.
Only boards are sold for these sets--no individual parts--discover which board drives the right side and replace it while crossing your fingers--either it fixed the problem or you have a bad display panel (entire screen unit which is fatal from a cost point of view).
its usually replaced along with the ZSUS board replace that and it should solve the problem its not hard to locate that both with the back cover open its to the right side of the kinda kinda looks like the YSUS board not hard to find at all
You could try removing the ribbon cable directly under where the lines are from the X module and clean the cable and reinsert it. You could have a bad X Module if cleaning doesn't fix it.
Let me know if this helps.