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-I don't know why the repair shop jumped to a logic board issue. I would assume your backlight LED driver broke. It is extremely common problem in almost all laptops, and can easily be cause by liquid damage.
+I don't know why the repair shop jumped to a logic board issue. I would assume your backlight LED driver broke. It is extremely common problem in almost all laptops, and can easily be caused by liquid damage.
I believe (someone please correct me if I'm wrong) the LED driver board on this machine is part of the LCD, which will need to be replaced if the LED driver board is broken. We have the guide for the entire [guide|4512|Display Assembly]. Getting the LCD out of the Display Assembly is likely going to cause some irreversible cosmetic damage, I would recommend replacing the whole thing.
EDIT: This computer has an LED backlight, so no inverter.

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-I don't know why the repair shop jumped to a logic board issue. I would assume your backlight inverter broke. It is extremely common problem in almost all laptops, and can easily be cause by liquid damage.
+I don't know why the repair shop jumped to a logic board issue. I would assume your backlight LED driver broke. It is extremely common problem in almost all laptops, and can easily be cause by liquid damage.
-I believe (someone please correct me if I'm wrong) the inverter on this machine is part of the LCD, which will need to be replaced if the inverter is broken. We have the guide for the entire [guide|4512|Display Assembly]. Getting the LCD out of the Display Assembly is likely going to cause some irreversible cosmetic damage, I would recommend replacing the whole thing.
+I believe (someone please correct me if I'm wrong) the LED driver board on this machine is part of the LCD, which will need to be replaced if the LED driver board is broken. We have the guide for the entire [guide|4512|Display Assembly]. Getting the LCD out of the Display Assembly is likely going to cause some irreversible cosmetic damage, I would recommend replacing the whole thing.
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+EDIT: This computer has an LED backlight, so no inverter.

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Contribution d'origine par : Alex Jansen ,

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I don't know why the repair shop jumped to a logic board issue.  I would assume your backlight inverter broke.  It is extremely common problem in almost all laptops, and can easily be cause by liquid damage.

I believe (someone please correct me if I'm wrong) the inverter on this machine is part of the LCD, which will need to be replaced if the inverter is broken.  We have the guide for the entire [guide|4512|Display Assembly].  Getting the LCD out of the Display Assembly is likely going to cause some irreversible cosmetic damage, I would recommend replacing the whole thing.

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