05-23-2010 10:02 AM
Ok thanks for that Duc3 (-:
I am beginning to think that we are dealing with a panel issue. I think something is wrong with the piece. I think that because I didn't touch that area until you mentioned it, and now that I have, I am getting some stability (no smears) again. It works, and even moving the screen seems to not bother the delicate situation. BUT, i'm not sure WHAT I did. I just touched the are in the pictures (see pics).
Once the screen goes bad again (I feel that it will), I will have more info, as I am going to do what you said. (Right now i'm trying to get as much screen-time as I'm writing a paper for school).
I'll keep updating when more news are available. THANK YOU Duc3
05-23-2010 10:38 AM
Did you unplug and replug the cable? (Carefully)
If the cable is plugged in firmly, and you are touching the
circuit board, and that causes a change, probably the panel need replacement.
Hope you can work it out, and glad to help