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Toshiba Satellite 1405-s151 display problem

I have a Satellite 1405-s151 which has served me well from may 2002. Two days ago the display went off. I closed and reopen the lid and the display lighted again for a while, and went off again. Tried the same several times and the same. After the tenth time it did not came on and it has been the same since. I kooked it up to a desktop monitor, closed the lid, let it hibernate, open the lid again and I had the laptop display in the monitor, so I could work with an external monitor. Then I checked the display switcher to see if it will handle both the laptop display and the monitor, the monitor worked and then I found out the laptop display was working by looking it at a glance angle. So, I figure the backlit module is gone then. My question then is: is the lcd display inverter the problem? Should I replace it? Or there are further tests I should do? I know how to disassemble my laptop, and saw some inverters from $80 to $100, will they work? By the way the CD writer unit also stop working a while ago, will there be a compatible DVD writer for such an old laptop? Any help on this is appreciated, Azael.

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  • santore Dec 13, 2008

    I have this same problem with a toshiba satellite a105-s4064.


    Could look at it with the screen opened at a certain spot. been using it like that for several months. This week it got to where it opens up gives a ghosting look, then goes out to black.
    Will the inverter fix this?

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To download Toshiba Satellite 1400/1405 manual, please click the link below:

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