Question about Acer Aspire 5610-4648 Notebook
My screen went dim a while back , and on researching the internet i found out that it may be due to either the inverter or backlight. but since my laptop was onle a month old i though it couldnt be the backlight so i bought a brand new inverter and connected it. the weird thing is that when i connected the two ends to the two wire connections from the laptop it came back on perfectly. then i switched it off and screwed on the inverter to the screen and sealed the screen up. on putting it on again same problem as before, no light on screen, and to make matters worse the inverte seems to be 'dead' because if i connect it like before it doesnt even come on now. sorry about the spelling errors i've now connected it to my tv and the resolution is really low, so i cant see what im typing pls help me, guys.
If its still under warranty, get them to fix it, but you may have crushed a wire, or moved something.
does it have a function button and brightness arrows?
check for update on video driver too.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
You may have inadvertently crushed or pinched a wire inside the monitor and this may have been your problem all along. Take the bezel around the screen off and see if your monitor comes back to normal. While it is off, look around the area for any signs of damaged wiring. If this was only a month old, why didnt you return it to have it repaired?
Posted on Aug 16, 2007
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