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Re: [OT] LCD Display and earthquakes .....



On Saturday 19 December 2009, Michael Thompson wrote:
>Yeah, it more than shakes it enough to sort out the problems. :)
>
>So before you throw any LCD away, give it a food shake.
>
What flavor?
>--
>Michael Thompson
>
>On 20 Dec 2009, at 01:48, Ed Greshko <Ed Greshko greshko com> wrote:
>> This is OT...but wonder if anyone has experienced or see this before.
>>
>> My older Samsung SyncMaster 172t is hooked to a system I use mainly
>> for
>> running SlingPlayer.  Part of the upper left quadrant had what could
>> be
>> called a smear patter or smudge pattern.  It isn't from any type of
>> burn
>> in.  But looked like what you see if you run fingers around on the
>> screen...only "permanent".  It had been like this for a long time.
>>
>> Anyway, I didn't have the monitor turned on last night when Taiwan was
>> hit by a 6.8 earthquake.  It registered a 4.3 in Taipei and other than
>> drawers opening and the TV rolling away we had no damage.  But, when I
>> turned the monitor on this AM the smear pattern was gone.
>>
>> So, a shake-table is a good repair tool?  :-)
>


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