Question about Toshiba Satellite A105-S4004 Notebook
Hello, I've had the A-105 for about a year. Recently the LCD screen has started to flicker--when it's at its worst, it goes completely white. I've taken it apart to check the wiring and see if if a connection was loose or if a wire had gone bad but that doesn't seem to be the case. When the screen starts to act up, if I press my thumbs against the plastic near the bottom of the screen or just adjust the angle of the screen, it goes back to normal but the solution is only temporary. Any ideas? Thanks!
Are you crazy, A HAIRDRYER! there are screws under the rubber sticky pads. When your LCD fails for apparently no reason there is a voltage converter similar to the balast on a flourescent light usually under the LCD screen not behind it. The next time your LCD goes out shine a flashlight at it. If you see a faint image there is no power to the backlight of the LCD. Also check your lid switch, and in windows under the power settings you can tell it to do nothing when the lid is closed as a work around to a bad switch.
Posted on Jul 08, 2007
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