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Rascle53

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Well im back again. previously i was asking about a laptop screen that was very dark an could only see with a bright light upon it. I changed the inverter,and the back light tube,im gettin light now, but its mostly at the bottom of the screen, and on the right center of the screen thers a thick white and a thin red line. .. What the heck did i do wrong? I've been on youtube and looked at various videos,an they all have done as i have ( or so it looks ).Any suggestions?
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If you have double checked to ensure you have installed everything correctly, and no wires are pinched, crimped or loose, then my guess is the inverter is not an exact replacement and you may need to send it back and get one from another source. If you connect an external monitor to the notebook does the display look correct? If so, then that pretty much rules out the graphics card/integrated solution.
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yes i have had it hooked to a external monitor,,works just fine,,put the orional inverter back in just for curiousity sake,,still the same,some how, im not gettin the inner pannels right, but sure as heck dunno how els to put them in,they only go in one way.
Thanks for the reply
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Then that suggest the internal cable/connector is damaged, or the notebook's panel itself.
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