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My Dell Lattitude D620 Laptop's screen turns grey sometimes

Recently, during the majority of the time that I am on my laptop, the screen is grey. When I fiddle with the screen by moving it back and forth, it will come in clear and then back to grey. What should I do?

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I just fixed my dell which also had a grey screen. Here's how to fix it:
(1) Remove the six round rubber pads around the edges of the screen, They are only attached by adhesive, so peel them back.
(2) Remove the six (now visible) screws
(3) Gently pull on the plastic front piece until it begins to come free, then peel back the bottom edge of the plastic front which is held on via more adhesive tape.
(4) Remove the two screws at the edges of the exposed LCD, and lift the LCD back
(5) The cable that comes up the back of the LCD is just loose,DO NOT let the circuit board flex much: CAREFULLY Peel back the tape that holds the cable on to the circuit board. then press the connector back in, and re apply the tape
(6) Now turn the computer back on to see that the problem is fixed, if so put it all back together...


I hope this Fixed Ya' problem,


Jeremiah Popp,
Electronics Technician

Posted on Jun 22, 2012

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    I just fixed my dell which also had a grey screen. Here's how to fix it:
    (1) Remove the six round rubber pads around the edges of the screen, They are only attached by adhesive, so peel them back.
    (2) Remove the six (now visible) screws
    (3) Gently pull on the plastic front piece until it begins to come free, then peel back the bottom edge of the plastic front which is held on via more adhesive tape.
    (4) Remove the two screws at the edges of the exposed LCD, and lift the LCD back
    (5) The cable that comes up the back of the LCD is just loose,DO NOT let the circuit board flex much: CAREFULLY Peel back the tape that holds the cable on to the circuit board. then press the connector back in, and re apply the tape
    (6) Now turn the computer back on to see that the problem is fixed, if so put it all back together...


    I hope this Fixed Ya' problem,


    Jeremiah Popp,
    Electronics Technician

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