Didn't he write on the site, that some unit were heavily used in some area
of the screen.
Perhaps the spot is so worn of usage that it doesn't align here.
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Goggan" <jgoggan_at_dcg.com>
Sent: Friday, June 14, 2002 8:52 PM
Subject: Re: [NTLK] Brain Surgery
> "Joel M. Sciamma" wrote:
> > I can't get over the fact that so many machines have the same fault
> > - we must be missing some piece of information. I'll ask Mike Day.
> Actually, I already asked him how they were stacked in storage and if he
> anything about why so many of us would be having this problem. He said:
> ---Mike Day---
> There were stacked - maybe 4 deep in the cabinet. I
> honestly didn't know they had this problem - or that
> stacking them could cause problems. I basically just
> turned them on, made sure the memory was cleared, the
> back light worked, etc. They hadn't been turned on for
> at least a year prior to this time.
> I know I had to click the x's to align the units when
> they first started up and I didn't have a problem
> clicking anywhere on the screen.
> I'm sure most of you know much more than me about
> potential fixes but, I will see if I can turn anything
> up on the issue.
> So, dunno... :(
> - John...
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