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Back light my monitor was flashing also, then went blank. was told by best buy it was the back light. how difficult is this to replace? is there a manual for instructions? any special tool?

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  • vickil45 Jan 18, 2009

    Thanks for the suggestion, but for the cost of having a computer geek fix it I can add a couple of hunderd dollars and buy a new laptop which is what I did. I just don't want to discard this too when a backlight is all it needs.....thanks

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It's not hard to replace LCD but I will recommand if any professional do this for you.

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    Jay Patel Jan 19, 2009

    everything is one piece means backlight is inside lcd. so if want to get rid of this than you have to replace lcd.

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