LCD repair

I have attached a picture of something weird a laptop screen is doing, I want to make sure it I order the right part. can anyone look at this picture and tell me what is actually happening to make it look like this. it has these spots that are really bright I hope you can tell from the picture.
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splaitConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I would replace the inverter, cable, and the LCD.  I doubt the problem is the inverter, really, but it's cheap, as is the cable.
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luckboxCommented:
Can you attach a paned out shot of this?  Those spots are only consistent in the lower left corner?
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NerdsNowAuthor Commented:
The rest of the screen looks fine, it is just that bottom corner that looks like that
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splaitCommented:
Could any damage have been done to the screen from the outside?
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greg_vanderConnect With a Mentor Commented:
already seen that, it's due to humidity. you could open the LCD screen itself (not only the pannel) and try to  clean the slice, but it's a little bit hard, you need to be patient and stressless. otherwise an other solution is to replace the lcd pannel.
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shaunademCommented:
greg vander is right. I've seen this on a number of toshiba laptops after water damage. As Greg says it is very difficult to clean between panels and it's probably better just to suffer the inconvenience as the alternative is a new panel.. Your inverter is fine by the way!
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luckboxConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Try using this as a reff if thats what you decide to do.

http://www.laptoprepair101.com/laptop/2007/02/03/repair-notebook-lcd-screen/

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NerdsNowAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys
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