Will this LCD rewire work properly?

Toshiba / Satellite l305d
September 3, 2011 at 19:57:19
Specs: Windows 7, 2.1 GHz / 4GB
I need to know if this is possible. I have an eMachines LCD screen. My Toshiba LCD on my laptop just broke (It didn't just break, it "fell". But that doesn't matter). I was able to connect it (Without any mods to the LCD!), and need to know something: The first time I rewired it, I used a lower gauge wire and the LCD started to flicker after a while. So, that being said, I rewired it again. Will the monitor work with the correct gauge as supplied with the LCD? My laptop's original CCFL lamp cables were high voltage wires. These are thin (almost look like RJ11 style wires (on the inside)) wires, but it still connects. I turned it on, and it works. That's what happened last time. But that time it flickered a bit too. This time, I didn't test it as long. What will happen? Oh, and last time (with the higher gauge wires), the inverter would get pretty hot, but this time, it doesn't. And for anyone who asks, it did get hot as soon as the PC started. However, with the rewire, it doesn't. My base question: WILL IT WORK OR NOT????? I don't want to lose my LCD screen. Although I have another one...

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September 4, 2011 at 09:56:33
It would be easier to answer by testing. There are too many issues going on to guess.

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October 26, 2011 at 22:29:50
I am using it right now. I decided to test it and it worked. Oh, I did have to rewire it though. I still have yet to solder the wires together, since they are (at this moment) a fire hazard being taped together with some electrical tape. But, it works, and I will probably post a tutorial on how to do it someday. Oh, just in case you were wondering, I rewired it because the original lamp cable was too short (by a few centimeters).

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