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The battery charge light is on when AC adapter plugged in but when power turned on lower screen flashes once then unti turns itself off?

The unit is only 12 months old.

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Most of the time this is caused from slight water damage, or the top screen isn't functioning.
I have seen many of the top screen ribbon cabled that have sent an electric arc across 2 of the pins on the connector which causes the ribbon cable to burn out the connection on those pins resulting in an improper circuit and will flash the screen and shut off. I have repaired many units and would be happy to take a look at yours.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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