asholz at topinform.de
Tue Oct 4 06:50:47 CDT 2005
I'm experiencing some monitors in the last time, mostly, but not only
from HP, with the effect of some kind of small bubbles or shell-like
failures in the flront part of the crt-tube. Somewhere I read the
description of "screen mold".
Some of them seems to be stored at a lower temperature, more specific at
changing temperatures, in a garage with temperatures somehow closely
related to outside.
Does someone knows this effect, has an explanation of it's source (is it
really temperature related?) or how to avoid this problem. Some of these
monitors (esp. of a HP9845) are looking so badly, that I don't dare to
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