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D800 screen goes very dim. Looks like it is off, but if I look really close I can see it is still on.

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1st change screen inverter if same then u need to replace LCD thats it .. Thanks

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Hi there, my six year old dell latitude D800 lcd goes dark (not completely, but unreadable); (first brightness was jumping down and up). Two years ago I had such problem and solved by replacing the lcd...


Sorry to hear that, Paul. As far as notebooks displays go, the light behind the screen is the part most likely to go out. It generally does just that: it just goes out, though the screen itself works (the LCD is still generating a picture, which you said you can still see). Whether you run it dim or bright doesn't play much of a role.
Another inverter replacement is probably needed here, with the light itself (what the inverter is powering) an somewhat less likely explanation. In any case, the notebook will have to be opened up to do the work, where is where a lot of the cost comes from (unless you or a friend is doing the work for you).

Good luck!

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