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Title:

Why is my Pismo's display dim?

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I have two project Pismo's that I recently brought to working condition. One of the two has a somewhat dimmer (less bright) display than the other, even though the brightness is turned up all the way on both machines. Both have 500MHz processors.

Is the florescent backlight just getting old and worn out? Or, could it be another issue (the inverter)?

Thanks,

Randy

Device:

PowerBook

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Accepted Answer:

79984

Edit by: randy3833 ,

Title:

Why is my Pismo's display dim?

Text:

I have two project Pismo's that I recently brought to working condition. One of the two has a somewhat dimmer (less bright) display than the other, even though the brightness is turned up all the way on both machines. Both have 500MHz processors.

Is the florescent backlight just getting old and worn out? Or, could it be another issue (the inverter)?

Thanks,

Randy

Device:

PowerBook

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

+79984

Original post by: randy3833 ,

Title:

Why is my Pismo's display dim?

Text:

I have two project Pismo's that I recently brought to working condition. One of the two has a somewhat dimmer (less bright) display than the other, even though the brightness is turned up all the way on both machines. Both have 500MHz processors.

Is the florescent backlight just getting old and worn out? Or, could it be another issue (the inverter)?

Thanks,

Randy

Device:

PowerBook

Status:

open