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Acer 9410 white screen problem


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dtown_50187

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i have an acer aspire 9410-2079. the screen will not fully operate correctly, it will stay white except for about a half inch of the top of the screen. If i twist the screen and hold the display is perfect, when i let it go it goes back to white. anyone think it is the LCD inverter, or buy a new LCD disply
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phillpower2

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You may have a bad connection, possibly the MB to screen video ribbon.
Unless you are confident repairing a laptop is usually a task best left
to a tech as putting the wrong sized screw in the wrong place can ruin
the laptop, having separate containers for the different size screws is
a must, here is a link to the disassembly guide for the laptop should you
require it http://www.notebook-...rvice Guide.pdf
If you carry out the investigation and/or repair yourself take the opportunity
to clean out any dust, especially from the cooling fan and HS.
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phillpower2, bad connection, u were right. i took the lcd apart and cleaned it, very very very dirty. thanks for the advice. SOLVED
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Congratulations on a successful resolution to your display issue dtown_50187.
Thank you for allowing me to assist you and for posting the solution, it may help others in the future :D :D
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