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PowerBook - screen starting to go ?


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i have had a 17" powerbook for just a bit over a year, every now and then after i wake up my laptop for sleep, i can see a noticeably darker vertical band on the left side of my screen (about 2-3" away from the edge of the screen). Am i going to run into screen defects soon ?
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