One night due to heavy rain some rain drops are had fallen on my lcd screen through the window .From that situation onwards a white flash is appearing at the botom.Iam unable to see the taskbar .i showed to a mechanic .He said that the pixels are burned and it canot be repaired. is ther any solution to my problem.please answer thank you
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Re: water falled on my lcd screen
I'm sorry to say that the LCD monitor may not be repairable. For the time being you may be able to drag the taskbar to the right side of the screen. Left click on the tool bar and drag it to the right. Even if you can't see the taskbar it should work. I hope you can replace your lcd display soon.
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Are you certain it is rain water? It could be condensation from the A/C coil that fails to drain out of the drain pan, or possibly coolant from a leaking heater core. If you are certain it is rain water, depending upon the age of the vehicle, and possibly some other things, here are the possible options:
Leaking door gasket.
Leaking windshield seal due to rust
Leaking windshield seal due to improper installation
Leaking windshield seal due to acoustic (sound) over pressure (if you have extreme sound system with heavy bass)
If you have a sunroof, if the drain hose comes down the passenger side door column, it could be leaking into the passenger compartment rather than drain through the floor pan.
This may sound funny but polish the windscreen with a very fine cut car polish.Most brands call it a number 1 polish.Go in all directions.e.g.left to right,up and down,45% in both directions.Circular.A very good product to finish with is a stuff called RAIN-X.It comes in a few forms but the one that really helps is in the smallest bottle.You polish the glass with it and the water literally falls off.It's great.Hope this helps
Unfortunately you LCD screen has been damaged due to the heavy fall. The only way to sort out is to change the lcd panel but as you know this might prove expensive. Hence you will need to take your phone for an estimate to the nearest friendly mobile service centre and get a quote. If you can ask them to put in one which has been salavaged from another it might be helpful and cheap, So try this out and hope you get lucky. Good day
Hi, if the phone you are talking about is this RAZR V3, then what you have is a flex or screen problem. It either the flex is disconnected from the board panel or screen because of the sudden fall, or that you have damaged the screen itself due to the sudden fall. In both situation, you have to take the phone to a repairer to diagnose which one of the problem is and fix it,,,
If you've recently dropped the camera you may have lens damage that's preventing the camera from powering up. If it hasn't been dropped, your problem may be due to weak/worn out batteries or corrosion on the battery contacts inside the camera
which can prevent the full power of the batteries from flowing into the
camera. Try this free fix before you do anything else: remove the batteries and wipe the camera contacts firmly with
a dry cloth (heavy corrosion may require cleaning with a wire brush,
steel wool, or sandpaper). Remove any residue that may have fallen
into the battery compartment during cleaning, then wipe both ends of
the batteries and place them back in the camera. This cleaning clears
the problem about 90% of the time. If it doesn't work for you, your batteries may need to be replaced, or the camera may have
a problem that requires professional repair.
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Sorry I don't have a solution, just adding that you're not alone...
I just bought my '05 CTS-V on 8/31/09 and today (9/4/09) was the first time I've driven it in the rain. When I hit hard rain it sounded as if the tranny or rearend was going to fall off. I thought I had thrown an axle being or jacked up the tranny/rearend gears or something. The sound quieted down as I left the heavy stuff and then totally disappeared when I got to a dry area. One person said it was probably water hitting the undercarriage or wheel-well, but this was more than that. This sound was louder tan that and is not normal splashing water. If this noise was common, there'd be a heck of a lot more CTS owner complaining about it. I've never heard such a noise in any car I've ever been in when driving in the rain. I'd love to know what it was. I'm not even sure how to show or explain the problem to the dealership in order to get it fixed