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New screen will not show anything

I installed new laptop screen and it will start up and show dark screen yet in the back round I can see things what is the problem....its a brand new screen

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Hate to tell you this but it sounds like a backlight inverter problem. This was the piece you undoubtedly saw at the bottom of your monitor when you took it apart. It's a small chip that goes out sometimes, usually way before a monitor itself goes out. The old monitor might have been working just fine.

The part is about $20 on e-bay if you want to look it up and it is a relatively easy fix. Hope this helps.

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