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Re: Powerbook 5300cs display glitchs [message #338576] Mon, 27 February 2017 22:59
George Vernon is currently offline  George Vernon
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I have one of these that I got back in 2003 and was my first entry into
getting a portable mac. Mine also does the 1/2 the display of lines but
it's on the top. My fix (sorta) has been to flex the display but looks like
it needs to have the case looked into. As for a fix I would suggest looking
into ifixit:
https://www.ifixit.com/Search?query=powerbook+5300
and see if there's help there or ask a question there. Just scrolling down
and I found one for monitor replacement:
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Apple+Powerbook+5300+Monitor+Re placement/5333


On Sunday, October 31, 2010 at 8:17:32 AM UTC-7, Mark Sokolovsky wrote:
>
> I have a Powerbook 5300cs that I have had since it came out, and I need
> help for advice on taking it apart. the bottom half of the display has
> lines in it, but i can still see what is going on. Is the display cable
> pinched? Is it damaged? Is something wrong? The display has no other
> problems, though. The lines in the screen might disappear for a whole moth,
> and might come back another. I need help on this, any is appreciated.

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