Hi all, My iMac has worked perfectly since I had it, and gets very light use. Yesterday whilst browsing the web the screen went off without warning. Nothing seemed to make it come back on so I held the power button down to turn off and then again to turn back on. Instead of booting up normally the screen remained blank and the fans would slowly build up speed until they were quite loud. I spoke to Apple who tried a few things over the phone, and then said it needed to go to a service centre. My warranty expired in October so I imagine I am looking at an expensive repair for a computer that has barely been used and is in immaculate condition. Further to a bit of research I can see this used to happen with the older thicker model of iMac and it was caused by a connection that was soldered to the screen which would become detached over time, not sure if that still happens with the latest iMac? My concern is that even if that were the case, Apple will be like “new 5K screen required” and hit me with a hefty bill. Anyone had this happen with the current models, if so what was the cause? I am tech savvy but due to the way the iMac is manufactured I really didn’t want to try and remove the screen to do it myself.