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Current version by: Andreas Holl ,

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As you already figured out there is not much of an uncertainty that the source of your problem is the display. First of all you should check the plug connection between display and logic board. If the connection just came loose or undone you simply need to plug it back in. Otherwise you will have to purchase an exchange display. ForWe recommend to have an additional look at the [[Philips DPM8000 Troubleshooting|Troubleshooting Page]] for any other causes.
For
disassembling and replacing please refer to the provided guides.
As you already figured out there is not much of an uncertainty that the source of your problem is the display. First of all you should check the plug connection between display and logic board. If the connection just came loose or undone you simply need to plug it back in. Otherwise you will have to purchase an exchange display. ForWe recommend to have an additional look at the [[Philips DPM8000 Troubleshooting|Troubleshooting Page]] for any other causes.
For
disassembling and replacing please refer to the provided guides.

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Original post by: Andreas Holl ,

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As you already figured out there is not much of an uncertainty that the source of your problem is the display. First of all you should check the plug connection between display and logic board. If the connection just came loose or undone you simply need to plug it back in. Otherwise you will have to purchase an exchange display. For disassembling and replacing please refer to the provided guides.

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open