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The display on my laptop has stopped working. All I get is a blank screen. A couple of days before lines appeared on the screen and if you moved the screen it flickered on and off....any ideas?

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There is a ribbon connector that runs from the labtop to the screen .... eather it has become loose ro disconnected or the screen has shorted out the first of the two sounds like the problem

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