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vertical line in LCD...

Postby aamir.cool1 » Thu, 19 Feb 2009 18:57:50 GMT

- i have tosbiba laptop which have vertical line in LCD of different
how can i solve it....

Re: vertical line in LCD...

Postby Kevin Reilly » Fri, 20 Feb 2009 07:20:44 GMT

Best (but most expensive) solution: take it to a repair shop and get them 
to replace the display.

Second best (but can still be expensive) solution: source a second-user 
screen from, say, eBay and replace it yourself. Not a task for the 
inexperienced but if you're careful it can be done, depending on the model. 
Take care around the backlight inverter circuitry -- it contains lethal 

Cheap option: take the screen surround apart and gently flex the display 
itself (taking care around that inverter!). If you're lucky the fault is a 
dry joint on the ribbon cables feeding the display and you'll be able to 
briefly 'flex it away'. It's unlikely you'll be able to effect a permanent 
electrical repair, but you might be fortunate enough to find a spot between 
the display and the case in which a small piece of cardboard or plastic can 
be wedged to press the fault away when the case is reassembled. Don't 
laugh, for some instances this really does work.

Cheapest option: learn to live with it. If the laptop is old it's probably 
not worth considering any of the costly options anyway; it the line is in a 
really distracting place it might be time to look at replacing the machine.

  "Many dead animals in the past changed to fossils, while others preferred
   to be oil."                                          From a school essay

Re: vertical line in LCD...

Postby Barry Watzman » Fri, 20 Feb 2009 13:22:43 GMT

This is almost always a defective LCD panel.  The only fix is to replace 
the panel.

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