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  1. #11
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    if its 8 to 10 years its the expected life.
    All i want for christmas is a new liver....a second chance to get afflicted with Cirrhosis

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by fingal
    Quote Originally Posted by Gullible Jones
    Uhh... Did you say you get a brilliant white flash when starting X? Because I definitely don't...
    Me neither. I have a thing about monitors though: I hate it when they break. I found this discussion on another forum which might help a bit.

    A tv engineer told me that the average life of a CRT monitor is 10 years. You might manage 11-12 or (more likely) 7-8 years. I know that if your X settings are wrong it can blow a tube.
    I have a 16 year old monitor in my basement. It still works great and it's older than my son.

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