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Try connecting an external monitor to the 15 VGA (video) plug on the laptop and see if it displays properly on the monitor. You may have to direct the video from the laptop to the monitor by holding down the blue <FN> (key next to the space bar) and then press down the <F8> key. If the display on the external monitor is correct, then you either have a problem with the laptop's LED display screen or cable that connects the LED to system board. Here is a link for the service manual: ftp://ftp.dell.com/Manuals/all-products/esuprt_laptop/esuprt_inspiron_laptop/inspiron-9300_service%20manual_en-us.pdf
PUT YOUR CURSUR ON THE TOOL BAR THAT YOUR START BUTTON IS ON. PRESS AND HOLD THE LEFT BUTTON ON YOUR MOUSE. WHILE HOLDING THE BUTTON DOWN DRAG IT DOWN THE SCREEN TO THE BOTTOM.AS YOU DO THIS YOU SHOULD SEE THE WHOLE BAR MOVING DOWN, PERHAPS FIRST MOVING TO THE RIGHT OR LEFT VERTICALLY AND THEN ON DOWN TO THE BOTTOM OF YOUR SCREEN. WHILE AT THE BOTTOM RELEASE THE LAFT BUTTON ON THE MOUSE, THE BAR AND START BUTTON SHOULD NOW REMAIN IN THE LOWER SECTION OF YOUR SCREEN..
Gas vents that are spaced less than 8 ft horizontally from a vertical wall or similar obstruction shall terminate not less than 2 ft above any portion of a building within 10 ft.
I would think that the inspector would interpret this part of the manual as calling for a venting kit to be installed and run two feet at least above and part of the building within 10 feet horizontally.
So if the deck is attatched to the house, you will need this to be vented. If the deck is seperate, you might be able to get away with leaving it as is.
Have you cleaned the small, narrow glass window leftmost of the platen? It is directly above the scanning bar's "home" position, and that's where the document is scanned, while it's fed by the feeder, passing over the bar (the paper moves, as oposed to platen scanning, when the bar is moving and document remains still).