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    if olies method doesn't work first go, u may need a little more force as the earth's natural magnetic fields may be disrupting your effective impact from your hand due to the recen't (near)contact with magnetic strips on a credit card, if this is the case, you will need a hammer with which you can then effectively hit the monitor, that should fix it...it worked for me on some TVs at school and some monitors too - I never liked schoool much anyhow...

    if all that fails it may possibly be caused by an excessive static buildup on the lower quality CRT that is used in the monitor, if so, then you will need to remove the backing from the monitor(remember to disconnect the power :no: ) and proceed to lick the rear of the picture tube this should clear the static from the surface...

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    Quote Originally Posted by skullshot
    if olies method doesn't work first go, u may need a little more force as the earth's natural magnetic fields may be disrupting your effective impact from your hand due to the recen't (near)contact with magnetic strips on a credit card, if this is the case, you will need a hammer with which you can then effectively hit the monitor, that should fix it...it worked for me on some TVs at school and some monitors too - I never liked schoool much anyhow...

    if all that fails it may possibly be caused by an excessive static buildup on the lower quality CRT that is used in the monitor, if so, then you will need to remove the backing from the monitor(remember to disconnect the power :no: ) and proceed to lick the rear of the picture tube this should clear the static from the surface...

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    But it's certain to get a result. ;) :laugh:
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    Of course licking the back of the CRT is always most effective if done immediately after consuming vodka, or some other suitable "solvent". This would make it dual purpose - in that you would also be removing all the built up dust as well as the static charge.

    Additionally you should not be wearing any static conducive clothing ie. wool socks, velvet undies, etc.
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    Some good nylons should be helpful though. :D
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    DO NOT DO AN OLIE!!!!

    "now did i unplug it or not? one way to find out!" ZAP!!!!!!!


    'F************************************************ **Ck!!!!!!!!!!

    *power go's out
    *olie is jittery for the rest of the day
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    ROFLMAO!! j00 f00's..
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    muahaha, i laff at myself too
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    Hey, may i suggest you take a look at what your vid card is feeding the tube. It could just be non std refresh or res.
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    yeah yeah, get ur vga cable and um... stick it in yer eye.. if ur eye buzzes or fries then its ur vid card!
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