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Not turning on

First i tried to fix the problem myself but i think i made it worse. First the screen was lighting up but there was no video so i took it apart and put it back together now nothing is showing and it wont turn on. Solutions would be great.

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Re: Not turning on

Using a flashlight shine it at an angle to the screen and see if you see a computer screen showing under the beam of the flashlight. If you see a picture then the backlight or its circuit is not working. Check to see that the 4 cables going to the LCD display are plugged in all of the way. There are plugs on each of the cables with 2 wires to each plug. However if you are not technicaaly sound i suggest you take it to qualified technician...or you might worsen the situation!

Posted on Oct 09, 2007

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