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Old 11-02-2006, 11:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My monitor went green today with the words "aging mode" for no apparent reason. I have no idea what this is. The hardware is relatively new, but the monitor a few years old. Googled the problem with no success.
Does anyone know what this means and how to fix it?


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what brand monitor?

as far as i know, aging mode is a mode that warms up the CRT in preparation for color adjustments. have you tried resetting the monitor by unplugged it or with the OSD?


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Write a model name and company. Maybe the monitor has a security system, which turns on when one of the chips broke? Is that CRT or LCD?
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The monitor is a shuttle (i think is a second bran made by LG) model : E17BL color display monitor
It's a CRT.

Thanks very much
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