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Blank LCD screen

Problem with Lexmark 4600 mfp option. LCD Screen lights but does not display anything. Cables are correctly installed. Any suggestions will be appreciated

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Problem is with lcd only may be its gone...
because in most cases they lights but doesnt show anything..

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