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The Samsung Chromebook XE303C12-A01US laptop features an 11.6" screen and a 16 GB SSD hard drive. This small notebook computer allows for easy access to the Internet and can run various web apps.

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Odd Screen - Random pixels, gets better when front plastic is taken.

So, basically, the chromebook was hit by a piece of wood (my bed collapsed).

After turning it on, the whole screen was out of focus, with random colors and patterns forming, but after I removed half of the front plastic carcass (the top half), it somehow realigned itself and was perfectly in focus. I immediately made backup of everything and ran some tests - everything was OK.

I decided to return to sleep and turn it down, the following day, once again everything ran fine - and as soon as I closed the plastic I had the same problems as before. To my surprise, removing everything made matters worse, and now I can't get the screen to work properly on the previous position.

Anyone ever heard of a similar problem or could shed some light? I am worried about simply buying another screen since it worked perfectly this morning.

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Yeah, I see this all the time with HS students. The way Samsung has the LCD cable ran from the screen to board is not well protected. The body doesn't even need to be really damaged to become pinched in the hinge or under the bezel. Start by removing the bezel and make sure it's following the 'path' underneath. If you can press on the bezel to produce an effect on the screen you'll be able to find where the problem is on the cable. Next I would dissasemble the Chromebook, and try to identify where the cable is being pinched in the hinge. While you're doing that be looking for damage on the cable, it may need to be replaced.

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