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Sounds like you have a damaged Display Data Cable. Here's how to replace it: [guide|4773]
 
If it is the inverter, here's the guide I wrote on replacing that: [guide|3631]
 
Here's the part you need:
 
[product|IF186-073]
 
Hook it up to an external monitor to insure that the problem is isolated to the display unit. If the external works, it confirms the problem is in the display unit. Holding a flashlight at an angle to the screen helps diagnose a bad interinverter or inverter connection. You will be able to discern the desktop dimly.
Hook it up to an external monitor to insure that the problem is isolated to the display unit. If the external works, it confirms the problem is in the display unit. Holding a flashlight at an angle to the screen helps diagnose a bad interinverter or inverter connection. You will be able to discern the desktop dimly.

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Sounds like you have a damaged Display Data Cable. Here's how to replace it: [guide|4773]
If
If
it is the inverter, here's the guide I wrote on replacing that: http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Repair/Repairing-MacBook-Core-2-Duo-Installing-LCD-Inverter-fast-method-A1181/3631/1[guide|3631]
If
If
it is the inverter, here's the guide I wrote on replacing that: http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Repair/Repairing-MacBook-Core-2-Duo-Installing-LCD-Inverter-fast-method-A1181/3631/1[guide|3631]
 
Here's the part you need:
 
[product|IF186-073]
 
Hook it up to an external monitor to insure that the problem is isolated to the display unit. If the external works, it confirms the problem is in the display unit. Holding a flashlight at an angle to the screen helps diagnose a bad inter or inverter connection. You will be able to discern the desktop dimly.
Hook it up to an external monitor to insure that the problem is isolated to the display unit. If the external works, it confirms the problem is in the display unit. Holding a flashlight at an angle to the screen helps diagnose a bad inter or inverter connection. You will be able to discern the desktop dimly.

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Editado por: mayer ,

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Sounds like you have a damaged Display Data Cable. Here's how to replace it: [guide|4773]
If it is the inverter, here's the guide I wrote on replacing that: http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Repair/Repairing-MacBook-Core-2-Duo-Installing-LCD-Inverter-fast-method-A1181/3631/1
 
Here's the part you need:
http://www.ifixit.com/MacBook-Parts/MacBook-Display-Data-Cable/IF186-073?utm_source=ifixit_guide&utm_medium=guide_intro&utm_content=required_items&utm_term=macbook_core_2_duo
[product|IF186-073]
http://www.ifixit.com/MacBook-Parts/MacBook-Display-Data-Cable/IF186-073?utm_source=ifixit_guide&utm_medium=guide_intro&utm_content=required_items&utm_term=macbook_core_2_duo
[product|IF186-073]
 
Hook it up to an external monitor to insure that the problem is isolated to the display unit. If the external works, it confirms the problem is in the display unit.

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open

Editado por: mayer ,

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Sounds like you have a damaged Display Data Cable. Here's how to replace it: [guide|4773]
Here's the part you need:
http://www.ifixit.com/MacBook-Parts/MacBook-Display-Data-Cable/IF186-073?utm_source=ifixit_guide&utm_medium=guide_intro&utm_content=required_items&utm_term=macbook_core_2_duo
 
Hook it up to an external monitor to insure that the problem is isolated to the display unit. If the external works, it confirms the problem is in the display unit.

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Sounds like you have a damaged Display Data Cable.  Here's how to replace it:  [guide|4773]

Hook it up to an external monitor to insure that the problem is isolated to the display unit.  If the external works, it confirms the problem is in the display unit.

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