Question about Lenovo Computers & Internet
My first thought was that the graphics card component in the machine had gone wrong, but this would be more likely to go quickly I think, and you can use an external monitor, so the graphics card should be OK.
It therefore looks like either the inverter for the screen or the screen itself has broken down.
Either of these requires fairly specialist repair and my advice would be to find out how much it would cost and consider whether or not it would be more economic to put that money towards a more up-to-date machine, depending how old yours is.
I also found a pdf format manual here:
in which you may find more information to help your decision.
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