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Line on screen

There is a think Verticle Line on my IBM think pad screen.

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Hi abhishek,

you may refer to the link below for more troubleshooting to fix that line problem in your laptop's screen.

www.laptoprepair101.com

hope this helps.

best regards,

lingIT

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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