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Your laptop computer screen is broken inside the outer part is in tact im still using it is it dangerous to do so im worried about radiation leakage?

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2010-04-29 23:49:32
2010-04-29 23:49:32

Thats fine. Laptops generally have LCD screens, which don't release any radiation. You're thinking of cathode ray monitors (the old big huge thick monitors). They release a small amount of radiation out the back. -DJ Craig

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