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It sounds as if it might be a component fault with the monitor.

The way the display is produced is not too much different in many respects from a TV. Certainly the height and width circuits will be similar.

I spent alot of years repairing TVs for a living.

Equating the trouble to a TV, there are components that would cause this fault. A wide picture bowing in at the sides was a fault commonly encountered. Another variation was a narrow picture bowing in at the sides.

The fault is termed an 'east-west' fault.

It's difficult to be sure about this though. Another monitor would be a good thing to try. Could you get hold of one for test purposes?
 
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