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post #1 of 6 Old 03-14-2009, 06:05 PM - Thread Starter
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I have the strangest thing happening on all lcd tv's and lcd monitors. My dell monitor is the worst. Every picture on the screen leans to the right. All of the picture is there but its slanted to the right. Has anyone heard of this before? I have not. It has happened a few times. Last summer it lasted a few weeks then it eased up and partial slant. I was a cloudy day and it was Sunday when it first happened. The picture starts out straight then and some point in the picture it vers off tho the slant to the right. It don't matter if I take my laptop down the road to the sub development thier. I live in Cincinnti, OH (Delhi Township between Need Rd and Rapid Run). If and has any Ideas please let me know.

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I have the strangest thing happening on all lcd tv's and lcd monitors. My dell monitor is the worst. Every picture on the screen leans to the right. All of the picture is there but its slanted to the right.

This is almost certain to happen if you leave Fox News on for too long.

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This is almost certain to happen if you leave Fox News on for too long.

..really?

For CRT displays this might be possible within the TV but for LCDs this is probably due to either the signal or your perception of the display.

Check to see if anyone else in your area (in your local HDTV thread) has this issue.
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The bizarre thing I don't get is how it could be affecting his laptop...

Posting in the LCD Flat Panel section might be a good idea too.

Some pics showing what you are talking about would be helpful also.

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I cant show pics no cammera plus it would not show any thing and now its leaning to theleft instead of the right as of 10am on Sunday, March 15, 2009.
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I would suggest drinking less on Saturday night since the Sunday morning hangover seems to be affecting your perception . As the kids like to say, "pics or it didn't happen."
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