We had the same problem with a monitor for a PC. That baby would move up
and down like nobody's business..... and then you'd move it away from the
wall and it would be "better". Nobody knew for sure what was behind the
wall... then we discovered an electrical panel.  Once we moved the monitor
(by rearranging the office), the problem went away.  
Joan Clark
Info. Sys. Manager
Joint Township Hospital 
200 St. Clair
St. Marys, OH  45885
Voice: 419 394 3387 , ext 2117
Fax: 419 394 0517
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