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Bottom half of screen goes blank

Rlamkin, thanks for suggestion. Is the Y-board for top half of the screen or the bottom half? Also, for checking the loose cable connection, do I have to remove the back cover? Thanks in advance

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Take it to a repair facility, don't be a cheaps ***.

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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