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Current version by: Philip Le Riche ,

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If it’s still under warranty then that’s got to be your first option to try, though accidental damage may void it.
If you can post a photo then this will help us to see the problem more clearly. Is it a single line of pixels (a row or a column) that are giving trouble?
-Unless the display controler is integrated with the display, the display will be connected to the main board either with a ribbon connector or a “zebra” connector. Reseating this might just cure the problem, but if not then I’m afraid there may not be much you can do. Take a look at https://wiki.restarters.net/Connectors and [guide|25629]
+Unless the display controller is integrated with the display, the display will be connected to the main board either with a ribbon connector or a “zebra” connector. Reseating this might just cure the problem, but if not then I’m afraid there may not be much you can do. Take a look at https://wiki.restarters.net/Connectors and [guide|25629]

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Original post by: Philip Le Riche ,

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If it’s still under warranty then that’s got to be your first option to try, though accidental damage may void it.

If you can post a photo then this will help us to see the problem more clearly. Is it a single line of pixels (a row or a column)  that are giving trouble?

Unless the display controler is integrated with the display, the display will be connected to the main board either with a ribbon connector or a “zebra” connector. Reseating this might just cure the problem, but if not then I’m afraid there may not be much you can do. Take a look at https://wiki.restarters.net/Connectors and [guide|25629]

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