My screen goes pink, but just the white part. all other colors seem fine? Acer 5610
On Sharp LL-T19D1, monitor screen white turns light pink for varying periods of time
my problem is the laptop screen with the white zones turning to pink and blinking, occasionally! i connect a CRT monitor to the laptop and the image seems to be ok, so i think the problem is something in the LCD, the inverter or else!
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Inverter and backlight are obviously working if the screen lights up, which, leaves the video cable. One method is to remove the switch panel cover, starting from the sides and gently unsnapping it and then pressing down on the connector that fits on the motherboard, where the cable from the monitor goes. If gently and then firmly pressing the connector (wear rubber gloves to avoid static), gets the screen to power up with an image, place a bit of wadding over the connector, just enough to keep pressure on and refit switch panel.
If that fails I think you are looking at a new cable
A dull pink color usually means the backlight is going out. You can test this theory by plugging your laptop into an external monitor. If the picture is fine, you know you have a bad LCD on your hands.
They are medium difficulty to replace, and they're widely available on eBay for $100-$200 (USD).
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. I'll monitor this thread.