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ASUS VH248qe showing odd lines on monitor
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Default ASUS VH248qe showing odd lines on monitor - 08-10-2017, 21:47 | posts: 862 | Location: Florida

So was about 2 months ago I noticed a faint line going across my screen, but it didn't really bother me so I didn't look into it. Now today there are a lot more of the lines and I can't figure out what it is. I think my monitor might be ****ting the bed on me, but just want to make sure.

So far I've obviously turned it off and on a few times along with unplugging it for a while. I've switched output modes and the issue is still their. I've tried both 144hz and 60hz. It's definitely not a scratch as the marks aren't there when the monitor is turned off. I've also updated my drivers.

Below are pictures of the issue. Any help is appreciated.
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Default 08-10-2017, 23:52 | posts: 1,020 | Location: Imagination Land

Hello! I've seen red/stuck pixels turn into red lines over years of use but never lines like those.If it's still under warranty then get a replacement.
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