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When I slide the LCD it shows some Lines on Display

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Imtiyaz

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I have a Dell Inspiron 8100 laptop. When I slide the LCD screen. It shows some
lines on the Display. I want to Know that where is the problem. is it the problem
of connector cable or TFT.
 

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i dont understand what you mean when you say you are sliding the LCD screen of the laptop... isnt it attached....
 

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Hi anand,

LCD screen is connected sliding toword 90 degree to 180 degree.

it show some lines or rainbow of colours on display.
 

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i think noise is being induced due to the movement of the contacts(rainbow colour) or some kind of loose contact... better contact the laptop company coz they would have to rectify faults like this.....
 

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The ribbon connectors connecting to the lcd display are glued on with a special glue. If the laptop is still in warranty you should send it back the problem can only get worst. If you have permanet lines you can try to put pressure in the area by sliding a thin object under the bezel
 

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