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My son spilled water on my compaq nc6000 LCD screen,it shows white patches like fluorescent light on the background, and the right side lower part seems blurred and dark. what do i do

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Hi There,

Your LCD has a cable that runs behind it and then down through the hinge barrel to a plugin where the cable plugs into the motherboard. These plugs can have as many as a hundred tiny gold pins in parallel array that plug into the board. The water has most likely caused some of the contacts on the board to short out and can't receive the full and proper signal to the LCD.

The problem with water spills is that if you send this laptop to a company with the objective of just replacing the LCD plug, there's no way to be certain that another component wight have been damaged as well. I was recently able to purchase a complete new motherboard for a laptop of almost the same model as yours on eBay for $139.oo and charged my customer $80 to replace it.

Trying to find a local laptop techie who can treat you as well will probably be the safest bet for your problem. You may have to weigh the difference between that and getting a new computer.

Remember, don't shoot the messenger. LOL

Posted on Jul 13, 2010

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    Marcus Jul 13, 2010

    One other thing could be quite likely in this case. The water could have shorted out the Screen Inverter, a small curcuit board located at the bottom of the dcreen just behind the frame. That part is very inexpensive and only takes a few minutes to replace.

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