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It may be possible but it may also break the LCD if you're not careful.
The LCD itselves is two glass plates with the liquid crystals between. The glass is sandwithed between two polarizing sheets of plastic. The orientation of the front sheet determends the color scheme. So if you remove the front sheet and rotate it 90 degrees, it will change from black on white to white on black. Of course, the plastic sheet will not be big enough, so you have to locate another. It's probably glued on with a weak adesive similar to celofane tape.
If you remove the front sheet, you can still read the display using your polarizing sunglassed.
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Last edited by ketiljo; 23rd September 2008 at 02:30 PM.