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Old Nov 9, 2010, 06:39 PM   #1
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Question G5 lcd display connector pins broken

Im trying to rebuild a 20inch g5 imac. While replacing the bezel today i removed the screen and broke the pins that connect the connector from the motherboard. Can this be repaired or must I purchase a new screen?
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Im trying to rebuild a 20inch g5 imac. While replacing the bezel today i removed the screen and broke the pins that connect the connector from the motherboard. Can this be repaired or must I purchase a new screen?
You can buy a new LVDS cable. What kind of iMac G5 are we talking about? One with iSight or without?
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