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Güncel sürümün sahibi: iRobot ,

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Display contains garbled, multicolor lines

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I'm having the same problem with my PowerBook Aluminum 17".  I tried tapping on the top pf the LCD screen and it seems to help.  Then I took off the back cover and re-seated the display cable..no help.  Then i removed and re-seated the inverter cables .. still no help.  Now I just found that by squeezing the display in the upper left corner, it comes back on okay!  So, do I need to take the protective tape off the connectors on the LCD panel and try to reseat those connectors. or am I looking at a new display?

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MacBook Core 2 Duo

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Düzenleyen: Phillip Takahashi ,

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-No Title (You should edit this question)
+Display contains garbled, multicolor lines

Metin:

I'm having the same problem with my PowerBook Aluminum 17".  I tried tapping on the top pf the LCD screen and it seems to help.  Then I took off the back cover and re-seated the display cable..no help.  Then i removed and re-seated the inverter cables .. still no help.  Now I just found that by squeezing the display in the upper left corner, it comes back on okay!  So, do I need to take the protective tape off the connectors on the LCD panel and try to reseat those connectors. or am I looking at a new display?

Cihaz:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

Durum:

open

Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: ozarkana ,

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No Title (You should edit this question)

Metin:

I'm having the same problem with my PowerBook Aluminum 17".  I tried tapping on the top pf the LCD screen and it seems to help.  Then I took off the back cover and re-seated the display cable..no help.  Then i removed and re-seated the inverter cables .. still no help.  Now I just found that by squeezing the display in the upper left corner, it comes back on okay!  So, do I need to take the protective tape off the connectors on the LCD panel and try to reseat those connectors. or am I looking at a new display?

Cihaz:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

Durum:

open