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djeeves
Paper Tape
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Registered: ‎09-09-2009
Location: Canada
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A22m Type 2628-ttf Display issue

Lap top runs great, But the display looks like a old NES game untill it is twisted counter-clockwise. Once twisted, and held there, it looks clear and responds as it should. Any help would be  welcome.

rokytnji
Punch Card
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Registered: ‎11-23-2008
Location: Pecos, Texas
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Re: A22m Type 2628-ttf Display issue

Had a similar kind of issue with the 390 E I an online with right now running AntiX Linux.

 

On mine you had to slap both sides of LCD Screen to clear up screen. I took apart LCD screen (not all the way mind you. Just so I could move it out a little from Housing) And wiggled the ribbon cable that plugs in back of screen. Found that the sticky tape wasn't seating the cable in firmly to screen plug socket for cable. Cut me up some strips of clear duct tape. Applied pressure to ribbon cable to make sure it was seated firmly. Taped it in place with duct tape. Reassembled Screen on Laptop. Haven't had a problem since.

 

 

Linux Registered User # 475019
Linux: Ubuntu 8.04,AntiX 8.2,Xandros 4
djeeves
Paper Tape
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Registered: ‎09-09-2009
Location: Canada
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Re: A22m Type 2628-ttf Display issue

Thanks!

 

I will post if that works for me as well.

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