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Hi kenny,
 
As oldturkey03 already mentioned, the issue might be related to a bad/dying LCD screen.
 
In order to figure out thatif it is indeed the screen rather thanor the video chip on your motherboard (as Tyler suggested), I recommend plugging inconnecting your laptop to an external monitor tovia a VGA cable and the VGA port of theyour laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
In order to figure out thatif it is indeed the screen rather thanor the video chip on your motherboard (as Tyler suggested), I recommend plugging inconnecting your laptop to an external monitor tovia a VGA cable and the VGA port of theyour laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
 
[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=lcd+hp+dv6000&_dcat=31569&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3|HereIf there are no lines on this external screen and everything else is readable and appears to be projected normal, it is the LCD you might want to replace. In case that there are still lines on the external screen, the video chip seems to be defective. I would just check it out.

[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=lcd+hp+dv6000&_dcat=31569&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3|Here
are some options] for new LCD's for a HP DV6000DV6000, in case this testing shows that the screen is defective.
[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=lcd+hp+dv6000&_dcat=31569&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3|HereIf there are no lines on this external screen and everything else is readable and appears to be projected normal, it is the LCD you might want to replace. In case that there are still lines on the external screen, the video chip seems to be defective. I would just check it out.

[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=lcd+hp+dv6000&_dcat=31569&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3|Here
are some options] for new LCD's for a HP DV6000DV6000, in case this testing shows that the screen is defective.
 
Steffen

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Hi kenny,
 
As oldturkey03 already mentioned, the issue might be related to a bad/dying LCD screen.
 
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen rather than the video chip on your motherboard (as Tyler mentionedsuggested), I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen rather than the video chip on your motherboard (as Tyler mentionedsuggested), I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
 
[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=lcd+hp+dv6000&_dcat=31569&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3|Here are some options] for new LCD's for a HP DV6000.
 
Steffen

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Hi kenny,
 
As oldturkey03 already mentioned, the issue might be related to a bad/dying LCD screen.
 
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen rather than the video unitchip on your motherboard (as Tyler mentioned), I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen rather than the video unitchip on your motherboard (as Tyler mentioned), I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
 
[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=lcd+hp+dv6000&_dcat=31569&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3|Here are some options] for new LCD's for a HP DV6000.
 
Steffen

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Hi kenny,
 
As oldturkey03 already mentioned, the issue might be related to a bad/dying LCD screen.
 
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen rather than the video unit on your motherboard (as Tyler mentioned), I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen rather than the video unit on your motherboard (as Tyler mentioned), I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
 
[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=lcd+hp+dv6000&_dcat=31569&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3|Here are some options] for new LCD's for a HP DV6000.
 
Steffen

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Hi kenny,
 
As oldturkey03 already mentioned, the issue might be related to a bad/dying LCD screen.
 
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen rather than the video unit (as Tyler mentioned)mentioned), I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen rather than the video unit (as Tyler mentioned)mentioned), I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
 
[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=lcd+hp+dv6000&_dcat=31569&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3|Here are some options] for new LCD's for a HP DV6000.
 
Steffen

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Testo:

Hi kenny,
 
As oldturkey03 already mentioned, the issue might be related to a bad/dying LCD screen.
 
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen rather than the video unit (as Tyler mentioned) I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen rather than the video unit (as Tyler mentioned) I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
 
[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=lcd+hp+dv6000&_dcat=31569&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3|Here are some options] for new LCD's for a HP DV6000.
 
Steffen

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Testo:

Hi kenny,
 
As oldturkey03 already mentioned, the issue might be related to a bad/dying LCD screen.
 
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen rather than the video unit (as mentioned) I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen rather than the video unit (as mentioned) I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and shown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
 
[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=lcd+hp+dv6000&_dcat=31569&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3|Here are some options] for new LCD's for a HP DV6000.
 
Steffen

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Hi kenny,
 
As oldturkey03 already mentioned, the issue might be related to a bad/dying LCD screen.
 
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and normalshown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the external screen and everything else is readable and normalshown normally, it is the LCD you might want to replace.
 
[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=lcd+hp+dv6000&_dcat=31569&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3|Here are some options] for new LCD's for a HP DV6000.
 
Steffen

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Hi kenny,

As oldturkey03 already mentioned, the issue might be related to a bad/dying LCD screen.

In order to figure out that it is indeed the screen I recommend plugging in an external monitor to the VGA port of the laptop. If there are no lines on the screen and everything else is readable and normal, it is the LCD you might want to replace.

[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=lcd+hp+dv6000&_dcat=31569&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3|Here are some options] for new LCD's for a HP DV6000.

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