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My dell inspiron E1505's screen only half showing

My dell inspiron E1505's screen is messed up only half of the screen is showing and the other half is just a scramble? what is wrong?

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Generally an indication of an LCD failure. You can try reseating the LCD cable under the keyboard, see if it makes any difference. If no change, then replace the LCD

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