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[help] LCD damaged by the environment
Feb 24, 2013, 5:23 AM
A notebook in a small hotel reception has the LCD screen damaged as shown: oblique dark lines very visible and permanent.
We bought a new laptop, but after a while it has the same problem.
So the problem is in the environment. Any monitor stays in the reception a few hours is damaged (nothing happens to smartphones)
I don't understand what it could be, I thought of a strong magnetic field, but a lcd should not be affected.
Both notebooks were always connected to the power line and the battery inserted. It could be the power line?
help me please
Best Regards from Thailand
Mar 1, 2013
help damaged environment
Mar 1, 2013, 4:03 AM
My first thought is that an LCD would not be affected, but then again SOMETHING is damaging the screens.
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