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My lcd display turns off randomly

I own a Acer 9303wsmi, and my display turns off in ( like i would pres Fn+F6 ) and it stays like that until i pres Fn+F6 to light it up again. This happens when AC is connected, but happens also when battery powered. Any ideeas why this is happening?
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Re: My lcd display turns off randomly

Check power saving settings under control panel

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Go down to the second Aspire heading.
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This is a PDF file. The computer you are on now has Adobe Reader on it, which uses PDF files.
I would suggest upgrading to Adobe Reader 9 (9.3.4.) though, if this isn't the version on the computer.

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This is a SERVICE MANUAL, not a User Manual. Much more detailed, including disassembly procedures.

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