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Nootbook lcd repiar

Dear sir my laptop lcd is gaving colour white if i keep one side is gaving colour right

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It is possible your LCD has a problem. If

If none of the adjustments such as brightness, contrast and color have been tampered with, then it is advisable it be looked by an expert.

LCD are sensitive to too much heat and pressure. My recommendation is confirm that none of the above adjustments have tampered with and if none then consider a review by an expert as they are delicate and complex to remove.

Good luck.

Posted on Jun 21, 2008

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