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Sounds like your screen is going bad, specifically the connectors along the edges.
Try this: grab the top edge of the screen by the sides, put your thumbs on the plastic at the top and as far towards the middle of the screen as your thumbe will reach. Use your thumbs to push the middle of the screen back from the edges of the screen just a little bit.
BE GENTLE, you should only need about twice the pressure you'd use to press your spacebar on your keyboard.
If one or more of the lines disappears, the screen is going.In some cases, you can get rid of most of the lines by doing this, but they will come back the next time the laptop gets a good bump.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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