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Thread: Need your help to identify a problem

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    Probationary PBP Member PBP New Member Rank 0 jrpug407's Avatar
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    Need your help to identify a problem

    Hi all

    Hope you guys are keeping safe. I have a HP L1908w monitor that's is fading, I think it is a hardware issue could you kindly help identify what's the actual problem and perhaps a suggestion on how to fix it.

    Thanks in advance

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    Probationary PBP Member PBP New Member Rank 1 ben_john7's Avatar
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    Re: Need your help to identify a problem

    You need to watch the signal cable, maybe somewhere bent and there was a break.

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