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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by REWIRE AUTOMATION INC., Jun 1, 2004.

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  1. I have a year 2000 NEC FE950. It has been good until now. Lately i have
    noticed lines flickering across the screen (random). and the bottom tool bar
    is shrinking till it dispappears. The shrinking is from the bottom and moves
    about 1/2" upwards. the windows "start' button becomes unavailable. There is
    also an intense white light coming from this action (perhaps damaging to the
    phosphour). I moved the FE950 to my other computer and the problem is still
    there. I am now using my 10 year old 17" MAG monitor.

    The problem is I really like the color of the NEC product,I paid a lot of
    money for it and I would like to keep using it.

    Any help would be greatly apreciated

    Thankyou

    Rick
     
  2. Jerry G.

    Jerry G. Guest

    This is most likely some component(s) in the vertical deflection area that
    are failing. The NEC authorized service people can repair this for you. One
    of the most common causes of failure are electrolytic capacitors. It is also
    possible to have cold solder connections, and other types of parts failing
    as well.

    This is not something you can fix yourself unless properly equipped and
    trained.

    --

    Jerry G.
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    I have a year 2000 NEC FE950. It has been good until now. Lately i have
    noticed lines flickering across the screen (random). and the bottom tool bar
    is shrinking till it dispappears. The shrinking is from the bottom and moves
    about 1/2" upwards. the windows "start' button becomes unavailable. There is
    also an intense white light coming from this action (perhaps damaging to the
    phosphour). I moved the FE950 to my other computer and the problem is still
    there. I am now using my 10 year old 17" MAG monitor.

    The problem is I really like the color of the NEC product,I paid a lot of
    money for it and I would like to keep using it.

    Any help would be greatly apreciated

    Thankyou

    Rick
     
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