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Vertical lines on the right of the screen the colors have faided on a 2.5" band. There are also 2 white vertical lines.

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  • Anonymous Mar 03, 2008

    Vertical line problem on my Acer notebook - if i wiggle the screen the right way, it goes away for a while - when it comes up, it used to be just a faded part of screen, now it can be black. This is 2+ inches on right hand side of screen.

    Can this be fixed or am i in market for a new notebook?

  • arydw Mar 06, 2008

    thks a lot, very kind of you, I will check this ribbon.
    Regards

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    wcbtalk Aug 14, 2012

    I have troubles with ACER ASPIRE 9300, the screen or rather the monitor is blurry with irregular vertical lines. The pictures and text cannot be seen as before. Am not very technical, how do I fix this problem? Waibata

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It very well could be a easy fix, Usually the Ribbon which connects from the LCD screen to the Notebooks motherboard gets bent/torn/damaged by extensive CD movement.. A close look at the Ribbon, if reveals tears or any damages a new (10-15$) Ribbon Cable may very well be in order if not a new notebook itself.. :-)

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