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My screen on my syntax turns pink after it warms up for 10-20 min

The picture is fine for about 20-30 min then the entire screen turns pink and it only goes away after i let it cool down then the same problem .

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  • roughnf49 Feb 09, 2009

    can anyone help me with this problem or links i can go to for tec answers i am about ready to through it out the window!!!!!!!!

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A "pink screen" is symptomatic of a weak CCFL (backlight). Flourescent lights 1st dim, then flicker, and finally die. There's not enough intensity for the other colors to get through the polarizer films. CCFLs are measured in millimeters (dia. x lng.) Try CCFLWarehouse.com but only if you're a techie!

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It could either be a lcd control board or a main bd causing this problem
im not sure you can get either part as of now

Posted on Oct 29, 2009

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