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Screen wires loose?

My HP laptop started with a few colored lines on the screen, then the amount of them grew and quite a few are there now. But then it fell the short distance from my sofa to the floor. I dont know if that was just the last straw, or if that was a very bad fall, but the screen turned kinda white with tons and tons of the colored lines on it. But the funny thing is that the screen still changes color with the desktop and when i twist the screen to the left it shows the screen until i let go of the screen. That makes me think its just a loose wire, but i need help...
P.S. it works on an external monitor.

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Hi.

That sounds like there are one or more components (eg. coil or capacitors) that are lose inside your screen.
Ther are high frequenzies working in there and sometimes
it happens that some componets vibrate to the point to where
the soldering point breaks down and the component get lose and
there is no longer any contact to it.

Can also be that one or more circuit boards are cracked in there.
Unfortunately i dont think there is much you can do but let a repair and service man look at it unless you are of a technical nature and skilled in soldering.

Regards..
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Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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Sounds to me like its the cable going from the lcd to the motherboard. Probably needs to be reseated as long as its not broke from the fall.

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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