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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by PaulH96636, Sep 29, 2003.

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  1. PaulH96636

    PaulH96636 Guest

    An Apple Display 1710av has a 50% reduced horizontal width; vertical height
    is normal. Are there any adjustments to 'twiddle', or problematic minor parts
    which could cause this, in lieu of partially shorted yoke coil(s)?

    thx for info, -ph
     
  2. Jerry G.

    Jerry G. Guest

    The problem is not an adjustment. The monitor requires service. There may
    be a number of failed components. Without proper troubleshooting it is
    impossible to guess at the fault. Many of these monitors were made by Sony,
    and a few others for Apple. If you contact Apple Computers, they can
    recommend a service rep as close as possible to you, who is authorized,
    trained, and properly equipped to give you an estimate and do the service,
    so you may take an intelligent decision to service it or not.

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    An Apple Display 1710av has a 50% reduced horizontal width; vertical height
    is normal. Are there any adjustments to 'twiddle', or problematic minor
    parts
    which could cause this, in lieu of partially shorted yoke coil(s)?

    thx for info, -ph
     
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