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Re: Marks on the inside of the screen
If that is internal, that needs repair or replacement and is usually eligible for warranty repair if your laptop is in warranty. I mean physical damage like cracked screen is I think not considered in warranties. Hope this helps. Thank you.
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screen connections, not a job for the amiture as it relates to the screen connections on the ribbon, you need to remove screen, then with a large area to work with thats flat remove the screen casing and then remove the boards and then the screen ( paper thin) this is the dangerous part as you can brake the screen or even cut yourself. you need to remove screen and place down on a large flat area (padded flat) and you will see the ribbons on the side of the screen. you need a heat gun or soldering heat gun and heat them up and without moving the alignment push down on them so they stick back down, a roller helps as keeps the air from getting stuck in the seal, after put some heat tape over the connection/s each line relates to a connection on the screen. when refitting put pads that are the right size and shape over the connections before fitting the case, then the problem will not happen again with the screen but like i say its not for the amiture to do as it takes patients to remove screen and you have to keep it level at all times or it will crack.
I have wondered why this happens many times in the past. You would think the marks should line up using #1 cylinder but they don't. It has been a while but I think if you hook up to #5 ignition wire the marks will come up for you.You will need to undo the "spout" connector before setting it to 10 degrees before top dead center. The spout is a two wire jumper clip that should break out of the harness at the distributor. Warm the engine up for a while so it doesn't stall as easy while you set the timing.
you have two timing marks one down on the crank pulley the other on the v/c remove plastic covers there is a little notch in the v/c. make sure the cam gear and crank pulley both line up. before you remove the belt. de-tension the tension roller. You will need a long thin screw and 5-6 thin large round washer to push down on the tensioner. good luck
If your belt came with marks, then they should match the marks that are on the sprockets and block, if not, you must have the cam marks align with those on the engine. If you're in doubt about the exact spot, lay a tooth pick across the sprockets so that you can check alignment to the block.
You need to thouroughly clean the large door seal in all of its grooves and the inside of the door as well. Just put on gloves and use detergent to do this and rags or pape rtowels. Also make sure the inside of the tub is clean and that you are not overfilling the washer. Good luck.
This printer is laser based so the toner is heated onto the page. It could be the transfer roller that is dirty. The transfer roller can be found on the door when you open the printer. It is the thin roller at the bottom. Check and see if there is a build up on it or if there is a repeating line on the larger transfer assembly which is also on the door. You can try rubbing them of with a dry lint free cloth. It may be that you need to replace it.