[Computerbank] monitor recall
jgoodwin at chriskaine.com.au
Sun Aug 31 11:45:02 UTC 2003
Here's the ref:
However, for high resolution color monitors and even some color TVs, the
result of transporting the unit from the hemisphere from which it was
manufactured or set up to a location in the opposite hemisphere may be
uncorrectable purity problems or excessive sensitivity to local magnetic
On Sun, Aug 31, 2003 at 01:29:20PM +1000, Don Cameron arranged a set of bits into the following:
> Thank you Romana...
> Turns-out I have one of these very monitors sitting on the desk next to me
> (supplied with an IBM PC Server 330)
> Monitor Model No: G51 - 6541-02S
> Date of manufacture: July 24 1997
> There were also a lot of these models donated to NPO's throughout NSW by BP
> a few years ago.... I have contacted IBM support for repair / replacement
> details and will try to track-down some of the recipients.
> (PS - Julien, what's the go with monitors being 'hemisphere specific'? - it
> hasn't blown-up yet :-)
> Rgds, Don
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> express the opinions of Computerbank Australia Incorporated (CAI) in any way.
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