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    I have returned to Gateway at least 4 times to no avail. What is involved in connection replacement?

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Its an issue withe lcd cable. plz check the connections or rather get it replaced

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How to stop screen flickering in facebook?


Do you open and close the lid allot? older units have a habit of screen wires breaking and there a pain to change but can be done if you go slow. Look on Youtube.

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How to reset the machine


Reset Procedure for Equator / Hirundo ( EZ3612CEE / EZ2512CEE / EZ1612V )
If the door of the machine is opening you can follow the below reset procedure so that the machine will function properly but if the door in your machine is not opening you need to first get the door to open by following the procedure as stated in the link http://www.fixya.com/support/r4240518-door_not_opening_in_equator_hirundo
Resting the unit will make sure that all the memory storage in the chip will be erased and hence the unit will be ready for a new cycle.
Reset Procedure
  1. Make sure that the machine is turned OFF.
  2. Make sure that the door is opening.
  3. Set the dryer & wash temperature knobs to the off position (12 o'clock / pointing vertically upwards)
  4. Make sure that the door is latched properly.
  5. Set the washer knob on the Red Reset position and switch on the power.
  6. You will observe that the mode + Door Lock light flickers rapidly for a few seconds and then flickers slowly.
  7. Once the light starts flickering slowly turn off the power.
  8. Set the washer knob to the Green Reset Position and switch on the power.
  9. You will observe that the mode + Door Lock light flickers rapidly for a few seconds and then flickers slowly.
  10. Once the light starts flickering slowly turn off the power.
  11. Set the washer knob to the Grey Reset Position and switch on the power.
  12. You will observe that the mode + Door Lock light flickers rapidly for a few seconds and then flickers slowly.
  13. Once the light starts flickering slowly turn off the power.
  14. Set the washer knob to the Reset Position on Delay Time and switch on the power.
  15. You will observe that the mode + Door Lock light flickers rapidly for a few seconds and then flickers slowly.
  16. Once the light starts flickering slowly turn off the power.
You have now reseted the unit and the unit should work fine now , in case you observe that the washer knob/Dial is going round and round all by itself now please go through the link for fault codes for further diagnosis.
Hope this procedure helps.

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Fix flickering screen


Flickering screen is often caused by a defective cable. Check all the cables attached to your monitor.
If you think all your cables are in good condition, the problem is probably with the environment. Monitors are sensitive to magnetic fields. Change the position where you have your laptop.
The problem might also be caused due to refresh rate not properly being set. In this case your screen will flicker when you open images or videos. Just adjust the refresh rate that will be available in graphic properties.
If the above solutions don't work, you probably will have to change your display.

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Laptop screen flickering


The video inverter may be failing, BUT...

More than likely the backlight is failing. If you can still see a VERY faint image on the screen this is almost certainly the problem.This is a very difficult fix. I recommend a replacement LCD.

It MIGHT be a bad lcd cable. With the laptop on, slowly open it from closed to open and back again and see if there is a position where the laptop screen does not flicker or turn off, [or if it does turn off if it turns back on.

If the screen goes COMPLETELY black then your GPU is failing.

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The LCD screen flickers on a perticular angle... open normal --- working.. no flicker (Cam and LCD at Rt. Angle) Twist screen by 180 degree... still working no flicker Now move twisted screen...


The most likely cause for this is a damaged or defective flexible ribbon cable that connects the LCD to the camera body and can be repaired fairly inexpensively. However, it's not a user serviceable problem and will need to be repaired by a qualified service technician.


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The lcd screen are flickering. First when I change the position of lcd upside down, now in any position, but only after a time (few minuts)


Possible that the LCD backlight circuit has a fault . In some cases the voltage generating circuit would be faulty and so the drive will have a erratic voltage therby showing up as flicker.
if you can open the LCD check for any dry soldering or loose connections, flexible strips. if not the driver board is a suspect.

Jul 01, 2011 | Sony Handycam DCR-SR82 Camcorder

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Nokia 6085 screen flashes off every 5 seconds


I didn't think there were any software updates for the 6085. bring it to your service provider or nokia, or call nokia.

Mar 10, 2009 | Nokia 6085 Cellular Phone

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If I Come Out Of Standby, Gateway FPD 1830 flickers, then black


It's a bad back light inverter. These models are NOTORIOUS for them. It's a simple fix for a technician and not very expensive. I fixed mine about 2 years ago and it's still going strong.
You can purchase replacement inverters and if you're handy with a screwdriver you can fix it yourself.
-=/ Daft Tech /=-

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Screen black out?


Most likely the LCD inverter. The inverter supplies the voltage to the ccfl lamps to light the display. These inverters run about $20 on e-bay.

On my toshiba M105 the problem is the Tab welds at the top of the lcd itself. 1/3 of the screen is not usable but an external screen is perfect.

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