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IIYAMA VISION MASTER PRO 410 UNSTABLE PICTURE - EXPANDS AND CONTRACTS THE HORIZONTAL SIZE ITSELF ON MONITOR

Posted on 2004-08-19
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Hello?

I need help with this problem.

I have IIYAMA VISION MASTER PRO 410 monitor (4 year). The screen is ok.
But the picture on this CRT is unstable in horizontal size . It expands and contracts itself for 1 or 2 mm for very
short time (0.5 seconds).

It happens about 20 times per hour.

What can I do? What is the problem?
Can it be a problem with voltage in this monitor or is it some other problem?








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Question by:karelrambousek
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Unless you are an electronics technician, I would advise you not to open up your monitor - there are lethal voltages inside.  The picture is changing size because there is a failing component in the circuitry controlling the picture.  This is not something an untrained person can repair.
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