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Posted on 1998-09-12
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I have an Apple Multi-scan monitor.  When I first turn it on or wake it up from sleep mode, it has a very yellow hue to it.  As it warms up, it begins blinking to the correct color.  After 15 minutes, it is fine.  Any ideas?
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Some of the components in it are slowing failing.  In this case, the red circuitry is lagging the green and blue.  If it a new   monitor, get it fixed/replaced under warranty.  If it's older, leave it alone until it dies and then replace it.  Monitor repairs out of warranty are usually quite expensive.
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Not what I wanted to hear but what I expected.  thanks.
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I've had a monitor doing the same thing for years now.  I just leave it on all the time and never notice it unless there's a power failure or something.
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