|My very first Daily Deviation!!|
OH, PRAISE GOD, I FINALLY FIXED THEM!!
After one little 3 minute chat with a customer service guy, I started messing with the 'on-monitor' settings and it worked. It wasn't that my monitor had a hardware/physical problem, my brighter monitor, not the other one(s), has a problem with the factory presets!
So, I'm sending the odd one back, keeping the other two and then I'll monkey with the settings until everything is all bright and clear as I want.
Thank you, GOD, it's finally fixed!
Over the month of October, I have been "working" with Dell to try to fix this without any luck. They sent me 4 refurbished monitors in attempts to replace the old one, all of which were much worse than the one I have. They looked burnt, abused even. Also, I think they actually sent me the same 2 monitors twice but I'm not sure. It would have been cheaper for them to send me a new one like I had asked rather than FedEx them back and forth 4 times, but they didn't want to do that because it was well past their "30 day New Replacement" policy. The problem back then was when my system first arrived, it came with a corrupted motherboard; so I had to send that back and wait for all that to get straightened out. By the time I had everything I needed just to set it up, about 30 days had already past.
So, after telling them all that, they finally decided to send me a brand new one. As you can see in the picture, it has the exact same problem as the other! It looks like it's 8 years old!
I don't know what to do anymore! After trying all month to get a new one and dealing with all that, I finally get it and it's just as bad as the other! I doubt that the brighter one is the anomalous one, as the new ones my mother just bought are both equally bright but then their white isn't quite the same as either of mine.
I know that monitors will always differ slightly in color, even between the same make and models, but not this much.
Anyone have any suggestions or advice? I am really at a loss here.