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I'm having problem with my laptop's display. the monitor would go dim and barely readable. I could use it for a few minutes then the monitor would dim? please help.
Is this only when you are operating from batteries or also on AC (through the adaptor) as well?
You should also establish what the complete model number of your system is, there are many in that series:
If the problem is only happening on battery operation, the pack may have one or more failed cells, reducing the available voltage below the level that the display inverter needs to keep the fluorescent backlight at full brightness.
The display is the power hungriest part after the processor itself.
The pack should have a rating on it and any multimeter (everyone should have one-digitals are dirt cheap) will tell you if the pack is charging up to its rated voltage.
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