old monitors all made before mid year 2010
are all CCFL backlamps and most died 5 year old
10/hr. per day and EOL hits..end of life.
the problems is not the cure we well know the problem is econ101
spending $200 to fix a $20 dead (sold for parts0 monitor is bad econ.
see page 5, here
this what they all did long ago, if actually used heavy
- CCF go dim
- go intermittent. (PURE RANDOM) 'Ionization is tricky""
- goES dead
- goed dead only hot or cold (yours fails warm)
- goes yellow tinged for pure white.
- IF 2 TUBE BANK OR UTUBES, 1/2 GOES DEAD.
RIP one more of millions now dead, most are, unless hanger queened (nos) or was in sleep mode most of itS life,
at 20k hours of real use they die. (MEANS GLOWING)