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    My monitor is LG E2040T. Suddenly my screen turned white and images are occurring blurry like the picture i have attached. Theres white lines all over the screen. I had also unplugged the DVI cable from GPU and plugged it into the mobo thinking it might be GPU problem but it still persists. How do i fix this? Please reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xel-Naga View Post
    My monitor is LG E2040T. Suddenly my screen turned white and images are occurring blurry like the picture i have attached. Theres white lines all over the screen. I had also unplugged the DVI cable from GPU and plugged it into the mobo thinking it might be GPU problem but it still persists. How do i fix this? Please reply.

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    50% chance = cable problem
    other 50% chance = monitor problem

    I would say, change the cable and see if the problem exists.

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    is there any place where i can fix my monitor?

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    Try a different power cord and VGA/DVI cable, and then think about repairs.

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^that
    then warranty te die ashen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xel-Naga View Post
    My monitor is LG E2040T. Suddenly my screen turned white and images are occurring blurry like the picture i have attached. Theres white lines all over the screen. I had also unplugged the DVI cable from GPU and plugged it into the mobo thinking it might be GPU problem but it still persists. How do i fix this? Please reply.

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    I had this exactly same problem. RMA te disilam. Etar kono solution nai. Global amake kisu add kore 22 inch monitor nite bolsilo. But i traded with Viewsonic as the LG was not bought from Global but from Anex. Amake 3 month ghuraise. I will never buy any LG products in my life. never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overlord View Post
    I had this exactly same problem. RMA te disilam. Etar kono solution nai. Global amake kisu add kore 22 inch monitor nite bolsilo. But i traded with Viewsonic as the LG was not bought from Global but from Anex. Amake 3 month ghuraise. I will never buy any LG products in my life. never.
    great. so this means i have to buy a new one? :/

    i bought it from Ryans. unfortunately lost the warranty paper. used this for only 2.5 years. age janle LG nitam na.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Try a different power cord and VGA/DVI cable, and then think about repairs.
    already tried another cable. still the same.

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    If it's only 2.5 years old, take it to the shop. They might be able to retrieve the receipt from it's serial number, assuming your monitor is under 3 years warranty.

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    I think the ribbon connection from your TCON board to the Panel is damaged or the panel itself is damaged inside. Test if the white lines change pattern or disappears when you press or knock on the dop side of the monitor bezel. Unfortunately, there is no good fix for this in any way. Try to get warranty ASAP.

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