Mine broke when I flipped over my handlebars... big bloom on the LCD display. I hemmed and hawed until I realized I should just call them. Since it was out of warranty, it was a $99 charge to replace the unit with a refurb, but I thought that was better than paying full price for a new one. I got it pretty fast. They even replaced my mount for free (that stupid tab breaks off way too easily, I've gone through three of them.) H T H.
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Usually, if a laptop is dropped and the display gets broken, it's pretty obvious. Usually the display gets cracked. In your case, it's more likely the data cable from the motherboard to the display has come loose from its connector. The backlight is working but there's nothing else reaching the display.
You don't tell your make and model so I can't be specific about how to reach the cable to reseat it, but it's pretty much the same process in all laptops. There's usually a plastic trim strip across the top that comes off. Sometimes it's held on by screws from the bottom, and sometimes it just snaps on. Remove that strip. On some laptops the display cable plug is right there under that strip. On others you need to remove the keyboard. Sometimes there are a few screws along the top edge of the keyboard, and on other laptops there are screws from underneath holding the keyboard. Once the keyboard is released you can lift it up and you'll find the display cable plug. Reseating that plug should get the display working again.
is the display is broken or the screen is physically broken,if display is broken we can check the and isolate that some part is gone bad in the computer or the issue is with the monitor.If screen is broken physically then nothing can be done...really sorry the monitor needs to be replaced
Your display circuit is broken, even if the LCD-panel,
seems to be ok the display is damaged.
Your broken display might shortcut your phone,
making it unaccessible with the broken display in place.
This is a very common problem in Nokia phones.
The only way to fix this is to change the display.
You need a T-6 Torx Skrewdriver to do the job.
You can find displays for fair price at :
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I’m surprised that instead of getting a response to my question posted yesterday in your Forum I’m getting an offer to switch to your Premium Assistance Plan. Nevertheless, I partially solved the problem.I found out that I need just the small outer LCD for Nokia 6103. I already found it on eBay.
But the main question remains: I need instructions, manual or pictures how to replace a broken outer Mini Display for Nokia 6103.
Have you tried plugging in an external monitor to see if the display is ok. I suspect you will find external display is perfect and only the LCD on the laptop is affected.
I have a laptop that the "tab" welds are not connecting properly on the lcd and 1/3 of the display is multiple lines or black. Pressing on the top of the lcd changes the colors on the display but does not fix the problem, I had to replace the lcd.