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Flickering and Shaky Screen

First time this has happened. Cure?
Kiss of Death?

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    My Toshiba Satellite A25-S207 LCD flickering and shaky which is very annoying. Can i fix that problem?

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The LCD backlight is burning out or the LCD inverter board that controls it is going bad. Backlights are cheap. Must take apart LCD screen assembly. Inverter is a bit more expensive. Definitely fixable.

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