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Toshiba Laptop Screen

I have a Laptop and a chime fell on the screen. The screen is not cracked but when you turn it on the screen is now white with rainbow colored streaks going down the middle. And on the far left side you can see a black screen with white letters on it but not enough to read it. What do you think the problem is?

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Ur right the chime did it the screen ddnt crack but the piments in side are all jumbled ... the same happened when a relative got in a car accident... replacing will b needed tho

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