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By successfully connecting to an external display you have confirmed that the problem is within the screen components -- screen, inverter cable, video cable, or inverter. A question: When the screen is affected, is the backlight out, or do you have full backlight and the image is simply messed up? If the backlight goes out, I'd suspect the inverter cable, because that gets light to the screen, and if you have light but the image is messed up, I'd suspect the video cable. The cable may be bad, however by the way you describe it I'd be very curious to go inside the machine and see if it's simply loose, and being slightly pulled out of its port by the motion involved in opening the screen. You may get lucky and find it's only that. But if it's not loose or crimped, I'd proceed by replacing the video cable or the inverter cable, depending on your answer to the question above. You can plug your laptop's part number into iFixit's part-finding wizard in order to locate the appropriate cable.
 
I don't see a relevant 17" guide, but here's one for a 15" model which will give you an idea of the fun you're in for:for. If you get really lucky, the video cable may be loose where it attaches to the logic board, in which case you'll be able to tighten it simply by popping the top, and you won't have to open the screen hinge, etc.
I don't see a relevant 17" guide, but here's one for a 15" model which will give you an idea of the fun you're in for:for. If you get really lucky, the video cable may be loose where it attaches to the logic board, in which case you'll be able to tighten it simply by popping the top, and you won't have to open the screen hinge, etc.
 
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By successfully connecting to an external display you have confirmed that the problem is within the screen components -- screen, inverter cable, video cable, or inverter. A question: When the screen is affected, is the backlight out, or do you have full backlight and the image is simply messed up? If the backlight goes out, I'd suspect the inverter cable, because that gets light to the screen, and if you have light but the image is messed up, I'd suspect the video cable. The cable may be bad, however by the way you describe it I'd be very curious to go inside the machine and see if it's simply loose, and being slightly pulled out of its port by the motion involved in opening the screen. You may get lucky and find it's only that. But if it's not loose or crimped, I'd proceed by replacing the video cable or the inverter cable, depending on your answer to the question above. You can plug your laptop's part number into iFixit's part-finding wizard in order to locate the appropriate cable.
 
I don't see a relevant 17" guide, but here's one for a 15" model which will give you an idea of the fun you're in for:
 
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By successfully connecting to an external display you have confirmed that the problem is within the screen components -- screen, inverter cable, video cable, or inverter. A question: When the screen is affected, is the backlight out, or do you have full backlight and the image is simply messed up? If the backlight goes out, I'd suspect the inverter cable, because that gets light to the screen, and if you have light but the image is messed up, I'd suspect the video cable. The cable may be bad, however by the way you describe it I'd be very curious to go inside the machine and see if it's simply loose, and being slightly pulled out of its port by the motion involved in opening the screen. You may get lucky and find that it's only that. But if it's not loose or crimped, I'd proceed by replacing the video cable or the inverter cable, depending on your answer to the question above. You can plug your laptop's part number into iFixit's part-finding wizard in order to locate the appropriate cable.
By successfully connecting to an external display you have confirmed that the problem is within the screen components -- screen, inverter cable, video cable, or inverter. A question: When the screen is affected, is the backlight out, or do you have full backlight and the image is simply messed up? If the backlight goes out, I'd suspect the inverter cable, because that gets light to the screen, and if you have light but the image is messed up, I'd suspect the video cable. The cable may be bad, however by the way you describe it I'd be very curious to go inside the machine and see if it's simply loose, and being slightly pulled out of its port by the motion involved in opening the screen. You may get lucky and find that it's only that. But if it's not loose or crimped, I'd proceed by replacing the video cable or the inverter cable, depending on your answer to the question above. You can plug your laptop's part number into iFixit's part-finding wizard in order to locate the appropriate cable.

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By successfully connecting to an external display you have confirmed that the problem is within the screen components -- screen, inverter cable, video cable, or inverter. A question: When the screen is affected, is the backlight out, or do you have full backlight and the image is simply messed up? If the backlight goes out, I'd suspect the inverter cable, because that gets light to the screen, and if you have light but the image is messed up, I'd suspect the video cable. The cable may be bad, however by the way you describe it I'd be very curious to go inside the machine and see if it's simply loose, and being slightly pulled out of its port by the motion involved in opening the screen. You may get lucky and find that it's only that. But if it's not loose or crimped, I'd proceed by replacing the video cable or the inverter cable, depending on your answer to the question above. You can plug your laptop's part number into iFixit's part-finding wizard in order to locate the appropriate cable.
By successfully connecting to an external display you have confirmed that the problem is within the screen components -- screen, inverter cable, video cable, or inverter. A question: When the screen is affected, is the backlight out, or do you have full backlight and the image is simply messed up? If the backlight goes out, I'd suspect the inverter cable, because that gets light to the screen, and if you have light but the image is messed up, I'd suspect the video cable. The cable may be bad, however by the way you describe it I'd be very curious to go inside the machine and see if it's simply loose, and being slightly pulled out of its port by the motion involved in opening the screen. You may get lucky and find that it's only that. But if it's not loose or crimped, I'd proceed by replacing the video cable or the inverter cable, depending on your answer to the question above. You can plug your laptop's part number into iFixit's part-finding wizard in order to locate the appropriate cable.

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By connecting to an external display you have confirmed that the problem is within the screen components -- screen, inverter cable, video cable, or inverter. A question: When the screen is affected, is the backlight out, or do you have full backlight and the image is simply messed up? If the backlight goes out, I'd suspect the inverter cable, because that gets light to the screen, and if you have light but the image is messed up, I'd suspect the video cable. The cable may be bad, however by the way you describe it I'd be very curious to go inside the machine and see if it's simply loose, and being slightly pulled out of its port by the motion involved in opening the screen. You may get lucky and find that it's only that. But if it's not loose or crimped, I'd proceed by replacing the video cable or the inverter cable, depending on your answer to the question above. You can plug your laptop's part number into iFixit's part-finding wizard in order to locate the appropriate cable.
By connecting to an external display you have confirmed that the problem is within the screen components -- screen, inverter cable, video cable, or inverter. A question: When the screen is affected, is the backlight out, or do you have full backlight and the image is simply messed up? If the backlight goes out, I'd suspect the inverter cable, because that gets light to the screen, and if you have light but the image is messed up, I'd suspect the video cable. The cable may be bad, however by the way you describe it I'd be very curious to go inside the machine and see if it's simply loose, and being slightly pulled out of its port by the motion involved in opening the screen. You may get lucky and find that it's only that. But if it's not loose or crimped, I'd proceed by replacing the video cable or the inverter cable, depending on your answer to the question above. You can plug your laptop's part number into iFixit's part-finding wizard in order to locate the appropriate cable.

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By connecting to an external display you have confirmed that the problem is within the screen components -- screen, inverter cable, or inverter. The inverter itselfA question: When the screen is affected, is very unlikely...since moving the hinge affectsbacklight out, or do you have full backlight and the display, I'd bet the problemimage is simply messed up? If the backlight goes out, I'd suspect the inverter cable, although there's also a chance it'sbecause that gets light to the screen. However, sincescreen, and if you have light but the inverter cableimage is a relatively cheap part, that's wheremessed up, I'd start. Just plug your model number into iFixit's part finding wizard, and it will point you tosuspect the proper invertervideo cable.

Also, who knows, it's possible the
The cable is simply being crimped, andmay be bad, however by the way you mightdescribe it I'd be ablevery curious to alleviatego inside the situationmachine and see if it's simply loose, and being slightly pulled out of its port by the motion involved in opening the machine upscreen. You may get lucky and re-positioningfind that it's only that. But if it's not loose or crimped, I'd proceed by replacing the video cable slightlyor the inverter cable, depending on your answer to the question above. You can plug your laptop's part number into iFixit's part-finding wizard in order to locate the appropriate cable.
By connecting to an external display you have confirmed that the problem is within the screen components -- screen, inverter cable, or inverter. The inverter itselfA question: When the screen is affected, is very unlikely...since moving the hinge affectsbacklight out, or do you have full backlight and the display, I'd bet the problemimage is simply messed up? If the backlight goes out, I'd suspect the inverter cable, although there's also a chance it'sbecause that gets light to the screen. However, sincescreen, and if you have light but the inverter cableimage is a relatively cheap part, that's wheremessed up, I'd start. Just plug your model number into iFixit's part finding wizard, and it will point you tosuspect the proper invertervideo cable.

Also, who knows, it's possible the
The cable is simply being crimped, andmay be bad, however by the way you mightdescribe it I'd be ablevery curious to alleviatego inside the situationmachine and see if it's simply loose, and being slightly pulled out of its port by the motion involved in opening the machine upscreen. You may get lucky and re-positioningfind that it's only that. But if it's not loose or crimped, I'd proceed by replacing the video cable slightlyor the inverter cable, depending on your answer to the question above. You can plug your laptop's part number into iFixit's part-finding wizard in order to locate the appropriate cable.

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By connecting to an external display you have confirmed that the problem is within the screen components -- screen, inverter cable, or inverter. The inverter itself is very unlikely...since moving the hinge affects the display, I'd bet the problem is the inverter cable, although there's also a chance it's the screen. However, since the inverter cable is a relatively cheap part, that's where I'd start. Just plug your model number into iFixit's part finding wizard, and it will point you to the proper inverter cable.
 
WhoAlso, who knows, it's possible the cable is simply being crimped, and it you might be able to alleviate the situation myby opening the machine up and re-positioning it a littlethe cable slightly.
WhoAlso, who knows, it's possible the cable is simply being crimped, and it you might be able to alleviate the situation myby opening the machine up and re-positioning it a littlethe cable slightly.

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By connecting to an external display you have confirmed that the problem is within the screen components -- screen, inverter cable, or inverter.  The inverter itself is very unlikely...since moving the hinge affects the display, I'd bet the problem is the inverter cable, although there's also a chance it's the screen.  However, since the inverter cable is a relatively cheap part, that's where I'd start.  Just plug your model number into iFixit's part finding wizard, and it will point you to the proper inverter cable.

Who knows, it's possible the cable is simply being crimped, and it you might be able to alleviate the situation my re-positioning it a little.

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