Answer to: Screen turned Fluro Colour!The place to start would be the LCD connector. You can access the plastic flex ribbon LCD connector by removing the camera cover on the back with a pry tool, removing the 3 silver screws underneath the cover, then using the pry tool to carefully remove the back starting along the bottom edge popping the clips one by one, and then up the sides and last across the top. Make sure you're not on any conductive or static discharge surface once the cover comes off. It would pay to disconnect the battery (middle of the motherboard) before going further - you do this by using a non-conductive tool (plastic pry tool or some-such) to lift the connector up and out from the cable (wires) end. With the back off and the camera down (closest to you), the LCD connector is the plastic flex ribbon left-most of those crossing the battery. It'll probably be marked LCD. Start by removing the motherboard end, then the LCD end, -reinsert the LCD end, then the motherboard end. Don't forget to pop open the flip gate before removing th...
Answer to: How to fix negative screenHave you checked in Settings for the Accessability options. There's an option in there to invert colors (ie negative). If this is checked, uncheck it.
Answer to: Photo's and all screens look like Negative'sIt may be that the motherboard is damaged. BUT... before you go there, check that the LCD ribbon connector isn't damaged/twisted at the connector. The ribbon connector can be disconnected at both ends, and all you need to do to access both ends is open the case, removing the three screws under the camera cover and using a pry tool to remove the back. If you're looking at the back of your Note 10.1 with the camera at the bottom, the LCD ribbon cable is the left most cable crossing the battery and it's marked LCD.