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My lg e500 laptop when i turn it on i don't get a picture. the crescent moon symbol on the right next to the hdd and battery indicator light is lit as dark blue. can you please let me know how to get rid of it? do you think it's my monitor?

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From the description is smees your motherboard / battery has no problem.
1. Switch off your laptop. Take out the battery.
2. Takeout RAM, clean & reinstall. look for any loose connection or dirt in th RAM pins.
3. Now switch ON.
4. If still not working then connect an external monitor to ur Laptop. if display is coming then your LCD need to check and replace if required.

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