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  • suverman -

    Replied to the thread Lines on my VGA monitor.

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    You might want to check the brightness knob on the flyback transformer as well. My chassis flyback brightness was driven way too high and I dialed it down from the flyback transformer - that removed the lines for me.
  • suverman -

    Liked Frank_fjs’s post in the thread Lines on my VGA monitor.

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    Be very careful adjusting pots on arcade monitors. 1) They may be old and brittle, one wrong turn and game over. 2) They're not really designed for continuous adjustment, they're really designed for initial adjustment and then to be left alone. Set and…
  • Frank_fjs -

    Replied to the thread Lines on my VGA monitor.

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    Be very careful adjusting pots on arcade monitors. 1) They may be old and brittle, one wrong turn and game over. 2) They're not really designed for continuous adjustment, they're really designed for initial adjustment and then to be left alone. Set and…
  • skate323k137 -

    Liked Frank_fjs’s post in the thread Lines on my VGA monitor.

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    Nothing out of the ordinary, they're just the ray trace lines. Usually happens when the screen pot (brightness) on the chassis is dialled in too high.
  • Nodoyuna -

    Replied to the thread Lines on my VGA monitor.

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    Quote from Frank_fjs: “Nothing out of the ordinary, they're just the ray trace lines. Usually happens when the screen pot (brightness) on the chassis is dialled in too high. ” Thanks for the answer Oh, I thought there was a problem with the…
  • Frank_fjs -

    Replied to the thread Lines on my VGA monitor.

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    Nothing out of the ordinary, they're just the ray trace lines. Usually happens when the screen pot (brightness) on the chassis is dialled in too high.
  • Nodoyuna -

    Posted the thread Lines on my VGA monitor.

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    Hi I've noticed my VGA monitor (Hantarex CT28EV) has developed lines on the screen imgur.com/VGhuupz This lines appears with only the monitor plugged with no video source What can be the source for these lines? Can be fixed somehow? Thanks in advance
  • suverman -

    Liked Mitsurugi-w’s post in the thread UNI-SAN IMP-44-1090 Power Supply.

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    Item Repaired: UNI-SAN IMP-44-1090 Power Supply (Sometimes used in Naomi-based arcade cabinets) Symptoms: All voltages present but after adjusting the voltage, 5V would not adjust below 6V and 12V would not adjust below 14V. Description of Repair: