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Hi Maybe, depending on the problem. Laptop monitor problems fall into three categories. 1. Screen electronics or lamp. 2. Inverter. 3. Laptop video chip. I've been repairing latops ever since they arrived on the market. First connect an external monitor to the laptop - this will show you whether or not the laptop motherboard is working correctly. If it is then you'll need to replace either the screen or the inverter. So as not to waste alot of money, at this point I would suugest going to a reputable repair person or check my website www.micromendllc.com
Which "module" did you change. The Inverter board is causing the "faintness" Replacing the screen will not fix it. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe