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There is a ribbon cable connecting things together. Sometimes they crack. Sometimes they are in the hinge area and may be able to be replaced but would be expensive at a shop and a bit technical. There could also be dirt or a sugar liquid like pop or coffee spilled inside the on/off or hinge switch (a little switch that is pushed when the laptop closes, usually near the jam or could be inside casing.) and this could be causing a short. Probably ribbon cable, may not be able to be replaced! without replacing screen. Here's hoping for you. This is generalized information and not P.Bell specific.. Need more info as to whether is just screen or whole laptop going off/on. Good luck, hope this helps some.
Using a button or key combination (e.g. <Fn> + <F1>) enables and disables the WiFi functionality. Please note that on selected models this functionality requires specific software; this will be pre-installed with the standard Packard Bell software bundle.