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What worked for me. My LCD Notebook screen got a little hair inside (about 1/3 of an inch), about a inch and a half deep from the bottom left side of the screen. I aspire it. Yes, first I tried with the small device of an air vacuum, but what worked best was aspiring it with the mouth, for three times, full throttle, and the hair was gone, right through the very hole it went into the LCD.
I hope it would work for you, and with bigger and/or deeper hairs.
I would advise against the suggested solution of punching your screen.... I have done this and my screen now looks like some snow covered mountains as my LCD is shattered. I would say your best bet would be to go here http://www.screentekinc.com/lcd-removal-instructions.shtml and follow the directions to take out the lcd screen and get the hair out. that way or take it to a repair shop, and see what they say.
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Where you tinting / coloring over a existing color?
It is real important that you navigate / calculate what your natural color level and what natural reflect your hair is. (Not artificially from a previous tint) Because tint is not total matt coverage like paint. Hair color wont tint over tint accurately. This is how many horrific bad colors are born.
If your eyes are blue or hazel & you have a fairer complexion that color is more feasible. If your eyes are brown and your hair is medium to coarser texture and very dark its a lot more complicated because you could throw scaling down (backwards) from lots of red to brassy copper to gold.
The actual formula needed is calculated on how many shade levels of lift counteracted by what reflect your lightened hair will throw. Not necessarily by what color the tint box says. The color shade on the box is a idealistic situation. If your having trouble following me or these complexities cut about 50 strands of hair at the nape (back of neck underneath your hair and put scotch tape around it. Then mix a minute amount of color and developer and you will understand me. This way you can at worse only screw up of 50 strands of hair (instead of everything attached to your head). Bad hair color jobs are expensive to fix & as I can see what we are working with a guess is a hazard. Don't take on almost mission impossible blindly.
Either hair or some other debris has found it way on to the LCD display. The good thing is that hair line will not stop the unit from working. I know it bugs you. If you take it apart you will knock the unit out of alignment. You can either live with it or buy a new one...That's all I got.
This sounds like the LCD inverter it could be getting ready to go, usually you will start seeing flickers as well, it may just be a faulty connection in the LCD either way, it's best to have someone look at it before the display goes all together.
dam man tht sux, well u basically have to get inside your system to take it out. take off the plastic surroundong the screen and get to the lcd screen then take it out, really hard, i would get some professional if u really wanted it out.
the flex wire of the lcd monitor is already cut ...go the service center for replacement of the flex wire...or to the other service center for fixing the flex wire...it is to difficult to fix the wire if you are not a technician cause that wire is like a strand of hair....