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Seems like a loose connection inside, from the data buss to the LCD unit. It should be a ribbon cable, and you can try taking it off and plugging it back on again. Otherwise it is probably a chip, and that is not possible for an individual to repair. Of course you could always ship it to someone, with lots of insurance on the shipment.

Posted on Oct 31, 2012

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