Solved What part to replace in a Dell Venue 8 Pro 5468W

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May 2, 2016 at 20:01:19
Specs: Windows 7, 4094 MB
I have a Dell Venue 8 Pro 5468W doesnt give me any signal on LCD. But cant tell which part is the one that needs to be replaced. The screen is broken and I am not certain weather the battery mother board or the LCD is the one that needs to be replaced?

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May 3, 2016 at 01:45:14
Logically it would be lcd screen assembly? something to try first...

Connect an external monitor. Allow the system to boot as normal (if it will). Then use the F key combination to route a signal that monitor. presuming ithe system will boot ok, and the F key routine does work... Then if you get a signal on the external display, you know it's on,y the laptop's screen that has died?

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May 11, 2016 at 06:48:03
Connect an external monitor... By that do you mean should I connect it to my laptop through the USB port.

Also it looks like it doesn't even turn on anymore. But cant tell.

Thanks for your post.

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May 11, 2016 at 09:24:06
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I was going to reply: "No - most (all?) notebook/laptops have a VGA port to which you connect an external monitor?"

However I discover (useful to check on Dell's site) that you have a mini touch-screen tablet system?

Seems Dell make usb-C adapter to allow assorted connections to external destinations... Some general details here - thought I feel you may not be able to connect to an external display that way...

Have you the manual for your Dell device?

How old is your Dell device?

There are a few led style indicators that ought to flash, glow etc. depending on whether or not the tablet is even starting up; and this presumes the battery is charging of course when the mains adapter is connected....

The user manual lists the assorted blinking lights significances...; perhaps have a look-see?

Incidentally when you say the screen is broken - do you mean it's physically damaged (as in cracked etc.)? What happened immediately prior to the screen failure?

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