As some of you may know, I've been having some problems with my computer the last few days... I thought it was my video card, but after some testing we have determined that my BRAND F*CKING NEW 20" LCD is toasted... so tomorrow, on Christmas eve, I get to box up the display, and spend the morning on hold waiting to get an RMA # from either MacMall or Formac directly... DOH!!!<br><br>The worst part is, I have since gotten rid of my 19" CRT and my extra 17" CRT... so all I have left is a single 17" CRT. I don't remember how long it's been since I've used such a *tiny* monitor.<br><br>AAAAaaaahhhhhhHhhhhh!<br><br>I guess I'm gonna find out just how good Formac is to deal with.<br><br><br>Visit Me At My .Mac Site
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I feel for ya, but see what all that bragging and posting of pics did? <br><br>It jinxed you!!!<br><br>Seriously, though- good luck with Formac!<br><br>[color:red]Hold on, it's time for a...</font color=red><br>
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ouch.<br><br>just out of curiousity - did you have the LCD plugged into a surge protector. We lost our Sony TV after a couple of months because of a surge and now we have heavy duty surge protectors and UPS's on everything.<br><br><br>
Let me know about MacMall and Formac...as I am considering doing business with both and would love your review of your experience. <br><br>Obviously, nothing less than a free replacement is acceptable. <br><br>
My 22' cinema display went out a week after I bought it. It wasn't the back light but something had burned out. Don't think that didn't make feel a little queasy. Apple overnighted a box for return from KY I think, and in 36 hours I had it back out here on the west coast and it's worked stellar ever since. Apple has never let me down on the few repairs I have needed. I just love this monitor. <br><br>
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