Question about Computers & Internet
Two things. Inverter, or CCF tube. The CCF tube in a LCD is equal to a florescent lamp but is usually .05mm thick, and 103mm long and is placed (soldered in) at the base of the LCD screen. The inverted goes out more then the CCF, but it does happen.
The inverter in most notebooks are placed under the LCD like this pictured.
Just below the base of the LCD is the inverter. This is a Gateway Notebook showing the location of the Inverter to the LCD. Best thing to do in these cases is to purchase a new inverter from the company who made your notebook as a new screen can cost over $100.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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