My 13" MacBook (white) has the problem with the backlight going out, usually when the screen is physically adjusted. I ordered an inverter board and cable off eBay. I've got the top of the case and the hinge cover removed so I can access both the inverter board and the cable that runs from the inverter board to the logic board. While attempting to remove the cable connector from the logic board, the plastic housing of the connector broke off leaving four exposed pins soldered to the logic board. After this happened, I carefully compared the new cable's connector to what was left of the old cable's connector, and they don't appear to be exactly the same. The new cable appears to have a push-down style type of connection, while frankly, I can't tell how the original connector was supposed to be removed at all. I've attached a pic of the logic board (a close up of the pins) and another pic of the two cables. Any help as how to proceed is appreciated. From what I can tell, the new cable will not simply push down onto the pins on the logic board. If I had to guess, I'd say the new cable is a slightly different revision, and that I need to find an original style cable, but that's just a guess. Thanks.