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Is it just a caps issue? PowerBook 145B screen

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This is how my PowerBook 145B screen looks like:

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From what I've been reading about PowerBook screens I think that all those "weird" lines in the screens and faded parts are due to bad capacitors, am I right?
But what about that black part in the top-left side of the screen?? That doesn't look too good, does it? is that issue also the caps fault or maybe something else?

Thanks!

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Recapping the caps on the back of the LCD might improve some of the contrast, but that's what a passive screen usually looks like (remove some icons on desktop for a clearer picture).

 

The black band is where the LCD itself has a fault; taking it apart you might be able to devise a clamp to hold the connector (top left corner) more firmly in place. 

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