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Hardware Thread, Monitor goes eeeeeeechhhh in Technical; Originally Posted by j17sparky Get it replaced! Ive got pretty good hearing and i cant stand the sound of CRTs ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by j17sparky View Post
    Get it replaced! Ive got pretty good hearing and i cant stand the sound of CRTs when they start to go!
    Same here - I'm not keen on the sound of CRTs monitors (or TVs come to that) in a very quiet room even when that haven't started to go!

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    We have a few that do this. This is usually down to the copper coils resonating sometime the ones in the transformer but more commonly the ones on the back of the tube. Our service engineers used to just pop the back off and run some wood glue accros the coils this solved it every time.

    Of course they were qualified service engineers i'm not suggesting that you take the back off a CRT unless you know what you're doing.

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