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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by aquasamo, Jun 19, 2011.
Is it the LCD issue or the graphic card issue?
LCD issue for sure.
What did you spill on it when the lid was closed??hmmmm?
I also have this issue. Rossmann, Do you think this is an issue with the complete lcd or with a component like the inverter or a replaceable component on the lcd?
Here are some pics I took next to my other macbook which is working fine.
OP: Try pressing Command + Option + Control + 8 on your keyboard. It looks like you might have inverted the screen colors on accident. Either that or this is indeed a bit of an issue.
I wish that was the problem, but I already thought of that one. Definitely a display issue. when I run to an external or take a screen shot it looks fine. I have to replace a part somewhere and I am just hoping to spend the least amount possible.
Here are some photos of the back panel of the screen. can these corroded spots be cleaned to restore the image?
Quick and easy fix for this!
Step 1. Remove outer bevel.
Step 2 Remove 12 screws and 7 frame screws.
Step 3 Remove tape and Inverter wiring that is taped to the back of LCD
Step 4 Remove LCD clip, by pulling directly to right.
Step 5 Remove LCD screen
Step 6 Take to shooting Range
Step 7 Load  .50 caliber bullet into chamber of a weapon of your choice.
I personally prefer an Ar 15 upper reciever on a .50 call barrel.
Step 8 Sight in the LCD screen
Step 9 Pull Trigger
Step 10 Post picture of fixed LCD screen on Macrumors.
I used a little rubbing alcohol on some q-tips to clean the dirty spots and the display is as good as new. I saved $100 instead of buying a new LCD. No need to take it to the shooting range after all.
Where are you storing this thing that those got so coroded?
I bought I from someone who obviously spilled water on it.
How nice of them to notify you about that little hiccup before they sold it to you.