Question about Dell Inspiron 1525 Laptop
Most laptops and thin screen monitors require a "back light" to allow viewing of the screen. This is done with the use of a compact fluorescent light bulb(s) and ballast. These lamps are slightly shorter in length than the monitor and about an 1/8" in diameter. Like all fluorescent lamps, they require a ballast to start. A failed back light system is the result of one or both of these components failing.
It is possible to replace these components yourself, but often times dis-assembly of the monitor is a tedious task - consisting of many very small screws, clips, clamps and ribbon connections that must be removed. Most times, soldering will be required for lamp replacement. The ballast is usually not too hard as they often have a plug or jack connection and clipped or screwed into place. The problem is that you'll probably have to replace both without knowing which is defective.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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