Satellite a215: Screen goes funky purple, pink and green when tilted

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  1. EinarO

    EinarO Newbie

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    Hi, does anyone know what my problem is. The screen on my Toshiba satellite A215 goes funky purple, pink and green when tilted back beond 110°, the image gets distorted in that way altough you can still se what is going on on the screen. It workes perfectly before it´s tilted back that much.

    Thank you in advance

    Einar
     
  2. Everway9

    Everway9 Notebook Consultant

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    Hi, Its probably a loose connection somewhere. If not, how old is the laptop? and if under 1 yr old you could contact Toshiba and see if they will repair it for you.

    P.S is the screen tight when you push it back or is it loose
     
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    EinarO Newbie

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    The loose connection is also my guess too but I want to get second opinions before I take it apart. The screen is firm when pushed back.
    it´s just over a year old :(

    Thank you
     
  4. Jstn7477

    Jstn7477 Sam I Am

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    It's probably a loose LCD cable if you turn the display and it magically comes back to life. It is a pretty simple fix.

    -J.B.
     
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