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Dell Injspirion 7500 Display

Posted on 2006-06-11
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A hinge on my Inspirion broke and pinched the cable to the display. I purchaseed a new cable with the correct part # etc.and replaced the old cable. I am able to hook and exterior monitor to it and get good video but I get no video on the laptop display. Does anyone know if there is a web site exclusive of Dell where I might go to find ino on this problem.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you
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Question by:Irv9
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jamietoner earned 63 total points
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did the cable include the inverter? if not you will probably need to purchase it as well.
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by:Irv9
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Sorry to be so stupid, what is the inverter and is it located on the mother board. When I dissambled the display I took photo's and put everything back just as it was.
I will wait for your reply.
Many thanks.
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Did you plug the cable back in the correct way around?
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by:Irv9
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Jamie what is the inverter? Is that the little circuit board located inside the display?
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by:Irv9
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I answered and accepted an answer to this question several weeks ago.
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by:daleoran
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Hi Irv9
which answer did you accept?

Daleoran
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by:Irv9
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I can not remember his name but he gave me a very detailed answer and after I accdepted he acknowledged by comments about the answer.
Irv
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Sorry that there seems to be a problem with this question. I awarded the points to the gentleman who gave me a very detailed answer but I do not remember his name.
Irv
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by:Irv9
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I accepted the answer from Gineric.
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