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Only thing you can do in these circumstances, besides moving your screen around position wise to see if it's a loose wire, is send it in for repair.....
unless of course, if you feel confident with opening the machine up, you may want to check to see if the cable connecting the screen to the motherboard is plugged in properly, and not loose/coming off. In my experience, this is most often the case when you have extreme discoloration- the pins can become loosely connected over time. However, opening the laptop up will void any warranty you may have on the machine.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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