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LCD Screen turned opaque at two places, I see two white opaque lines 3 inches wide one on left side of screen and other in the middle

The screen has two 3 inches vertical white areas where nothing is visible in background. I believe it is the LCD screen. can you suggest. The Model: Toshiba Satellite P100

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Yes you are correct. I would say 95% of the time, you will need a LCD screen replacement. Also be sure to disconnect and reconnect the lcd cables, at the motherboard and behind the lcd itself, just to make sure the cables aren't making bad connection.
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Hope this helps you. Please rate my solution.

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