It is my first post in here so hello everyone! I have a problem with MacBook White Santa Rosa intel x3100 (non-unibody white that is) Sometimes, while using this Mac, LCD backlit goes off when lid is being moved. Picture is still on the screen and everything, just no backlit. It stays that way until lid is moved back and forth few times (sometimes a slight change of angle is enough). As I assume inverter is rather working (only CCFLs goes off, LCD is still powered and showing the picture). Cables on both sides of the inverter are connected firmly to it and later to logic board as well. My questions are : 1. Can this be cables fault ? (broken just like one of the earphones in iPod). 2. Can it be something wrong with the inverter that is causing the problem ? 3. Is it possible that cable in connection with CCFL (if there is a connector) got loose ? (I haven't seen inside of this LCD yet, it is still in one piece with the lid). Or maybe it is something completely different, and I just got it all wrong with my assumptions ? All input will be helpfull. Best regards, L.