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  1. jlaw's Avatar
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    On my AT&T 750, when I push the red power button to wake the device from its suspended state, I've noticed that the screen flickers kind of how a computer monitor does when you hit degauss. It only lasts a split second and then stabilizes, and seems to be centered on the default location for email and text message notifications. Is this normal? My 700wx from Sprint doesn't do it.
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    Interesting- with the brightness turned down to half or lower, it doesn't do it.

    Anyone?
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    I have never seen anything like that on a LCD. How long has you had it?
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    About a week. It appears to be directly related to the backlight, not the actual display. Very strange.
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    I don't see that on my 750.

    I believe the backlight for most LCDs is fluorescent. Maybe you're catching a split second of "warm up", like when you turn on a fluorescent room light?
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    Degaussing applies only to CRT displays. The display acquires a magnetism from the earth's magnetic field. Degaussing demagnetizes the screen so that the earth's field does not deflect the electron beam from its intended path. LCD does not use an electron beam.
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    Did you find the solution to this problem?
    I have been having the same. Amazingly, it was alright the past one year and just started behaving this way the last few days.
    Treo 600 Rocks!
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    Anyone?
    Treo 600 Rocks!
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    I've got the same Problem. It's been filmed and posted on Youtube - you may wanna check this ->

    I guess one can be glad if it happens within the 12 month warranty period :-/

    Cheers
    Markus

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