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If you can hold a flashlight to the screen and see your desktop, your backlight has burned out. You need to contact the manufacturer for a replacement.
Posted on May 07, 2008
Look at the screen closely, if you cansee the image but only very faintly, there is a possibility it is your backlight because the laptop is probably older than 3 years, then you have to replace the ccfl bulb of the screen. It is a difficult repair but it can be done, if you look for guides online you will find something. I work for company that does Laptop repair in NYC and we do this repair frequently. You can get exact ccfl lamp for your screen type on ebay, it's all about the right length of the bulb.
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