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Coil up the power and data cables to the monitor in such a way that each
cord is separately coiled into two or three turns of a coil about four or
five inches in diameter.  You can thread the cord around itself or use a
twist-tie to hold the coil in place.  Try to make each coil as close to
the monitor as possible, not to the computer.  I'm not kidding.

-- Mike

On 2000-05-03 at 11:20 -0400, Tewksbury, Chuck wrote:

> 5- moved machine monitor and all into an adjacent office - MONITOR NO LONGER
>     -- conclude that flourescent lights or similar power issues are to blame
> for this problem

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