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Display problem I am facing very unique problem which has left me amused. At times my screen goes completely black and it does not get restored untill unless I shuffle my lcd from open to closed then again open position.Can any one help me?

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There is a small switech near lcd which turns off and on your laptop lcd.
try making switech smooter problem will be sloved....

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