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Post originale di: Charles Fisher ,


Hello, your screen flickering problem will likely be isolated to that LCD cable that attaches to your logic board. As time goes on (in addition to the heat within that compartment) the constant opening and closing of the laptop can cause that LCD cable to develop a "weak" spot in a certain part of the cable.

At the connection end to the logic board, the wires that runs into that connector can EASILY break (those wires are VERY thin and cannot stand a whole lot of Up and Down movement or twisting at that end) which in turn will cause a sudden "shutdown" (aka-Hardware failure).

Providing that the lower half of your screen was not exposed to any fluid, the concern of a replacement screen should not be a concern. Zero in on that LCD cable, that is where I would start and most likely your problem will END there.