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Laptop screen is black

Laptop starts up and runs but screen is black. Seem like trouble with the little button that turns off monitor when you close laptop. If I push and release this button while the laptop is on the screen flashes and for a split second you see the desktop screen. Is it possible to get to that button and see if it just needs cleaned or replaced?

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Yes u shud deal with button just clean it it is a monitor sensor.

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