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I am looking to buy a new monitor since my dell flatscreen of 4 years went out last week. I am looking for a quality monitor on a budget. Around $150. Are there any suggestions of brands to stay away from? I have seen some from Acer, Viewsource, Hann-G? Any suggestions of where to buy? Any and all help will be appreciated.

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First, contact Dell Technical Support, via Chat or phone (800-624-9896) about getting the monitor replaced. They'll ask for the serial number from the back of the monitor, and it is very likely that they'll be able to replace it for you because of our monitor replacement policy (which changed in October 2005).
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Check this one out on newegg http://www.newegg.co...-028-_-Homepage 22" 2ms response, etc. ITs just a little more than you wanna spend $180 after rebate but it is a pretty sweet monitor. After I sell my p991's Im going to get it.
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First, contact Dell Technical Support, via Chat or phone (800-624-9896) about getting the monitor replaced. They'll ask for the serial number from the back of the monitor, and it is very likely that they'll be able to replace it for you because of our monitor replacement policy (which changed in October 2005).



Even if I purchased said monitor before October 2005?
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First, contact Dell Technical Support, via Chat or phone (800-624-9896) about getting the monitor replaced. They'll ask for the serial number from the back of the monitor, and it is very likely that they'll be able to replace it for you because of our monitor replacement policy (which changed in October 2005).


Dell would not replace it since it was manufactured in 2003.
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