Apple Studio Display

Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by DAVE2158, Jun 8, 2005.

  1. DAVE2158 macrumors newbie

    Oct 15, 2004
    new york
    I have a problem here I just move my 17 inch studio display from one room to another and now I have this flick or shake is more like it is in the menu bar and on some app's when I first open them. I have moved the monitor around to see it from other angels and nothing changed. I have recalibrated about five times now sime times it stops but comes back. coulnd my monitor be dieing or is there something else....... A little help Thanks. :confused:
  2. zach macrumors 65816


    Feb 14, 2003
    Nothing to do with calibration, it's obviously a hardware problem.

    Doesn't necessarily mean your monitor is "dying", but I wouldn't move it around much more...
  3. superbovine macrumors 68030


    Nov 7, 2003
    the first thing you should check is the power supply. are you using a battery backup? the battery backup will give you a "clean" power source, if you are just plugging into the wall. you may be getting interference through the powersource. you can also trying changing wall sockets, but you sockets need to be on a different circuts. so you may have to try serveral.

    the next thing you should check is to make sure you cable isn't frayed and is plugged in snuggley. sometimes a frayed cable will cause flickers because it broken just enough to cause a flicker, but not enough to loose the picture. might move around the monitor cable a bit too point out a bad cable. alot of the time these problems show themselves when you move a monitor because the cable moves.
  4. MoparShaha macrumors 68000


    May 15, 2003
    San Francisco
    Assuming this is a CRT, if not, ignore....

    Moving CRTs around a lot is not a good idea. The components inside are extrememly delicate and fragile, and movement can lead to problems. The CRT in my old iMac died because I constantly moved it around.

    You could also try getting a degaussing coil. If the damage has been caused by a magnetic field, this should fix it. But, if something is loose or misaligned inside, there's really nothing that can be done.
  5. DAVE2158 thread starter macrumors newbie

    Oct 15, 2004
    new york
    All Seems Well

    Hey People,
    Thanks for all the replys and advice. First I am hooked to a battery backup and I have moved the plug to a diffrent wall socket I try all this before I Posted should have stated that sorry. Any way after I posted about two hours later I checked things out and it allseems find now. crossing my fingers. I now understand moving this monitor around can be trouble what should I do then being that I AM moving to NC the end of the month. some heavy duty packing. well thanks again you guys are the best ... :)

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