My son rolled his Tonka truck into my Dell C 640 notebook, and cracked the screen. It looks fine while its off, but when you turn it on it has a long jagged line down the screen. I really can't afford to purchase a new notebook, so if there is a way to fix it and still keep my lights on?
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Re: Can a cracked notebook screen be replaced?
You don't have to purchase a new laptop/all you have to do is call your computer manufacture and get the LCD replaced.
you can connect a desktop monitor with your laptop if you have a desktop
as its cracked so only thing we can do is either get the LCD replaced or connect a monitor with it to use your system.
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Hi Charlie :) Couple of questions; 1. How old is your son 2. Is Charlie allowed to get wet (check warnings on box or manual) 3. Did you buy it new from an authorized reseller?
I could not find warranty information on Chuck specifically but Tonka in general has a lifetime warranty. According to amazon.com, it has been discontinued. But all is not lost - Chuck is licensed to the following company who is recommended by Hasbro to contact regarding Chuck products (Chuck not working, etc.). See if contacting them will get you some results.
The motorized Tonka items are licensed to the following company. They manufacture, distribute and support the products.
Please contact them for further information:
Funrise Toy Corp.
7811 Lemona Avenue
Van Nuys, CA 91405
Phone: 800-882-3808 (U.S. only)
So sorry about the cracked screen. But the solution to cracked screens is replacement. But pending the time it can be replaced, if you have a desktop monitor, you can connect it to it. If not, a flat screen TV could do the job of display, using the monitor display cable.
it depends on if the exisiting invertor is fine or not. If the panel is being replaced because it was cracked etc, then the chances are the invertor is fine and will not need replacing. Obviously if you don't get the same replacement panel that Dell originally used, then you may have to buy a different invertor & figure out the wiring connections to attach it to the motherboard.
I can't tell you how to get a replacement part (Funrise was SUPREMELY unhelpful for me, too), but we devised a solution for our broken truck.....cut a black hair elastic and thread it through the two holes of the part that would hold the fork. Tie a knot so that it sits inside the little cavity inside that part. Your kiddo can then attach the garbage can to the lifting mechanism by using the elastic--works almost as well as the fork. Hope this helps!