v=9Ph P4n9SCk U Use guide to open up screen and look for loose connections at the base of the screen.
You may have to remove the screen completely to trace the LED wires to check.
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Just to add a bit of context, I have personally owned the following devices over the past 9 years: Nokia 5510 (first mp3 playing phone) Nokia 3650 Nokia N-Gage HTC/Cingular 8525 Sony Ericsson W800 Sony Ericsson S710 (Star Wars) I-Mobile 902 Sony Ericsson W800 Nokia N93 Nokia N95 Samsung Blackjack LG Renoir KC910i Samsung Omnia HD i8910 Samsung M8910 Pixon Sony Ericsson Vivaz Iphone 4 Nokia N8 Iphone 4s Samsung Galaxy Note i717 HTC Inspire 4G Samsung Galaxy S3 i747 Samsung Galaxy Note 2 i317 Samsung Galaxy S4 i9500 (currently) Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N900A (currently) Ipads 1, 2 and 3 (currently) Samsung ATIV windows 8.1 (currently) 2 Nook Color dual booting Android tablets (currently) Ipad mini (currently) Acer 11.6 Netbook (currently) Here are a few other various phones that I have experience with: Sony Ericsson W550, Sony Ericsson W580, Sony Ericsson C905, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, Samsung Synch, Samsung Rugby, Samsung Rugby 2, Black Berry Pearl, Motorola Razor, LG Thrill, Samsung Focus S i937, Black Berry Curve, Pantech Breeze 3 etc..,.
You can search on how to fix this, but it is a rather involved process of ordering parts and opening your laptop up to replace them.
You can try the warranty service, but if you abused your laptop, that's up to your own conscious to claim it as a defective part when you broke it from misuse.
That time I had to use a spare s2 handdown from my father it's battery was ruined and it couldn't handle 2 hours without charging that time I said to myself that I have to get a flagship phone I worked a lot and got myself (almost alone) the s8 plus and in one word it's an amazing phone.
Your screen is an LED Backlit version, so won't have an inverter.
It's more likely that you've dislodged a connector in the screen itself, preventing the LED Array from firing up.
Note 4 still always there in my Bag and is still my backup Phone shame Samsung is not updating the phone though it still is a very powerful phone.
I moved to Oneplus just because i was missing a dual Sim Support and had to carry 2 Phones.
Recently my 6 month old laptop, HP Envy M6-1105dx, is acting up.