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Sceptre 17" monitor X7G-NAGA VI

Monitor is only a few months new (my previous monitor died) - and had no problems until now - I will be using computer and suddenly the screen turns a yellowish tint - the entire screen and later on it will go back to normal white - I've made no changes or updates recently to attribute to the change and don't know whether it is the monitor or my computer (video card?) causing the yellow tinted monitor screen. Anyone have any suggestions on what it could be?

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My problem sounds equivelant: The problem is that it will power down after 15 minutes, then take 1/2 hour or more to power back up!I believe I have solved my problem with my X7G! I remember seeing a direction on the only direction papaer I got with it that told me to Turn off ALL POWER SAVING WINDOWS SETTINGS! I think the monitor is set to care for all the monitor/power saving itself. I am going to try it and will get back to you, or just try it yourselfs!
CWD

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SOURCE: X7 G-NAGA VI POWER SUPPLY Transistors

do an advanced search on ebay for seller techtronsaver he should be able to supply you with the parts you need

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