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Versión actual por: oldturkey03 ,

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It is either a problem with your LCD Display Screen or your device's mainboard. On the mainboard of your device, there should be making (e.g. 820-1975-A). You should be able to find your correct model and then replace the mainboard, if you want to go that route. Since the classic Firmware is pretty much set, there is no real worry about data, but back it up prior to replacing the mainboard. However, it might be that the data will transfer over just fine, and you won't need the backup.
 
Again, try the LCD Dispaly Screen first. Second, replace the device's mainboard.
 
Best of Luck,
 
Tough Gaming Technical Support
 
Agent Elisha

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Aporte original por: Elisha Bonack ,

Texto:

It is either a problem with your LCD Display Screen or your device's mainboard. On the mainboard of your device, there should be making (e.g. 820-1975-A). You should be able to find your correct model and then replace the mainboard, if you want to go that route. Since the classic Firmware is pretty much set, there is no real worry about data, but back it up prior to replacing the mainboard. However, it might be that the data will transfer over just fine, and you won't need the backup.

Again, try the LCD Dispaly Screen first. Second, replace the device's mainboard.

Best of Luck,

Tough Gaming Technical Support

Agent Elisha

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open