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I had exactly the same problem. I did extensive testing and found that the display would light up but no video was displayed. I found that the chips on the right connector at the bottom of the LCD orange connector protruded more than the original screen. The metal cage that holds the screen connectors down, shorts out the chips. If you removed the metal cage, the screen will display. I used some tape on the metal cage to stop the short. FotFor more info contact me through [http://www.jpcomputers.co.uk|JP Computers]
I had exactly the same problem. I did extensive testing and found that the display would light up but no video was displayed. I found that the chips on the right connector at the bottom of the LCD orange connector protruded more than the original screen. The metal cage that holds the screen connectors down, shorts out the chips. If you removed the metal cage, the screen will display. I used some tape on the metal cage to stop the short. FotFor more info contact me through [http://www.jpcomputers.co.uk|JP Computers]

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Editado por: James Pither ,

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I had exactly the same problem. I did extensive testing and found that the display would light up but no video was displayed. I found that the chips on the right connector at the bottom of the LCD orange connector protruded more than the original screen. The metal cage that holds the screen connectors down, shorts out the chips. If you removed the metal cage, the screen will display. I used some tape on the metal cage to stop the short. Fot more info contact me through www.jpcomputers.co.uk[http://www.jpcomputers.co.uk|JP Computers]
I had exactly the same problem. I did extensive testing and found that the display would light up but no video was displayed. I found that the chips on the right connector at the bottom of the LCD orange connector protruded more than the original screen. The metal cage that holds the screen connectors down, shorts out the chips. If you removed the metal cage, the screen will display. I used some tape on the metal cage to stop the short. Fot more info contact me through www.jpcomputers.co.uk[http://www.jpcomputers.co.uk|JP Computers]

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Mensagem original de: James Pither ,

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I had exactly the same problem. I did extensive testing and found that the display would light up but no video was displayed. I found that the chips on the right connector at the bottom of the LCD orange connector protruded more than the original screen. The metal cage that holds the screen connectors down, shorts out the chips. If you removed the metal cage, the screen will display. I used some tape on the metal cage to stop the short. Fot more info contact me through www.jpcomputers.co.uk

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