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It can be a loose connection from the display cable that plugs into the back of the laptop panel.
 
To check this it will require disconnecting the internal or removable battery. On some models there is a quick power disconnect switch that is engaged when removing the hard drive and memory bottom cover expansion bay.
 
Once power has been disconnected safely you can start removing the plastic bezel that covers the screws holding the screen and the screen cable.
 
Here is a video of how to get the screen replaced, you can use it to help you re-seat the screen cable on the screen itself:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksf4g0XGyiM
 
 
 
If that doesn’t help I would recommend going to a local reputable laptop repair store to get the screen replaced.

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Original post by: Ben ,

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It can be a loose connection from the display cable that plugs into the back of the laptop panel.

To check this it will require disconnecting the internal or removable battery. On some models there is a quick power disconnect switch that is engaged when removing the hard drive and memory bottom cover expansion bay.

Once power has been disconnected safely you can start removing the plastic bezel that covers the screws holding the screen and the screen cable.

Here is a video of how to get the screen replaced, you can use it to help you re-seat the screen cable on the screen itself:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksf4g0XGyiM

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