Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
Oh, so had you dropped it? There is a problem with your screen's mentioned portion, and it happens only about when it hit something hard...your head? Even if it falls on a soft surface, it may get damaged, even the internal components.
Go to an Acer authorised clinic and let the doctor examine it. Such a damage may be expensive, as it MAY involve changing the LCD screen.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
SOURCE: a very thin vertical red
Hello DON hi, that thin red line is caused by a transistor inside a matrix that controls the LCD display, now there are thousands of these transistors, well its inside an IC that controls the matrix. What I mean to say is that the problem can only be fixed by the manufacturer or the replacement of the bad display board on the main circuit board. My advice is have that laptop sent back to the dealer if under warranty ask for a replacement. if not its better you live with it. the cost of repair is too high.
Posted on Dec 18, 2010
SOURCE: I have three thin vertical
Usually it's a bad connection between the LCD panel and the column driver chip for those lines. It is often caused by mechanical stress (we all have war stories about laptop misadventures). Sometimes it can be repaired by gently massaging the edge of the panel (you have to take apart the display far enough to do this, and you need to know what you are looking at so you don't take apart too much). This is tricky; you can easily cause other lines to drop out.
If necessary, you can have the panel professionally repaired. There are companies that specialize in this work - they can replace driver chips if that is required.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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