Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
Im having the same problem and from wut I am reading in alot of diff places the screen is going bad or has cracked from rapid temp change is the most popular answer I have recived, as for a fix check ebay and buy a new one...I found some for as cheaps a $98 and some change and I have already taken mine apart to see how hard it will be to replace...its pretty simple...there are 6 rubber feet on the screen bezal remove them and keep them face up so the sticky stuff dont get anything on them...next there are 6 screws under each one of the rubber feet remove them...pull the bezal off gentaly so u dont break it...next there are 4 screws onthe sides of the screen itself remove them...next remove the flat wire and the backlight wires from the screen and there ya go all apart...to put it back together reverse the steps. :D...
and I know this post is just over a year old but I figured since no one else has posted a fix, I would just in case either he/she still has the same problem or even if some one else has this problem... well good luck
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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