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Version actuelle par : Ralph ,

Titre:

A1342 ScreenScreen Issue; No Display (A1342)
A1342 ScreenScreen Issue; No Display (A1342)

Texte:

Hey guys, my screen isn’t displaying for some reason. The battery is dead, but can be powered through the charger and the SSD will be replaced. Now, everything works fine, but the screen does not have anything displaying. Upon further look, when holding up a light to it, there is a low display of bars and lines that flash, but some parts of the screen doesn’t show up. There is no damage to the logic board or any loose connectors except for one. The far left connector (which I assume to be either the left speaker connector or microphone connector; check the third picture) is adhesive onetaped on as there is no bracket in place just adhesive on with some type of tape holding it down. However, I’m not sure this causing the display to act like this. The previous owner told me that the only way for the MacBook to display anything is when you connect the MacBook to an external monitor. The external monitor can display only, '''not''' the MacBook itself (it will still be blank). Everything else works fine and functions properly. Is it the screen itself that is the problem or is the motherboard?
Hey guys, my screen isn’t displaying for some reason. The battery is dead, but can be powered through the charger and the SSD will be replaced. Now, everything works fine, but the screen does not have anything displaying. Upon further look, when holding up a light to it, there is a low display of bars and lines that flash, but some parts of the screen doesn’t show up. There is no damage to the logic board or any loose connectors except for one. The far left connector (which I assume to be either the left speaker connector or microphone connector; check the third picture) is adhesive onetaped on as there is no bracket in place just adhesive on with some type of tape holding it down. However, I’m not sure this causing the display to act like this. The previous owner told me that the only way for the MacBook to display anything is when you connect the MacBook to an external monitor. The external monitor can display only, '''not''' the MacBook itself (it will still be blank). Everything else works fine and functions properly. Is it the screen itself that is the problem or is the motherboard?
 
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Appareil:

MacBook Unibody Model A1342

Statut:

open

Contribution d'origine par : Ralph ,

Titre:

A1342 Screen Issue; No Display

Texte:

Hey guys, my screen isn’t displaying for some reason. The battery is dead, but can be powered through the charger and the SSD will be replaced. Now, everything works fine, but the screen does not have anything displaying. Upon further look, when holding up a light to it, there is a low display of bars and lines that flash, but some parts of the screen doesn’t show up. There is no damage to the logic board or any loose connectors except for one. The far left connector (which I assume to be either the left speaker connector or microphone connector; check the third picture) is adhesive one as there is no bracket in place just adhesive on with some type of tape holding it down. However, I’m not sure this causing the display to act like this. The previous owner told me that the only way for the MacBook to display anything is when you connect the MacBook to an external monitor. The external monitor can display only, '''not''' the MacBook itself (it will still be blank). Everything else works fine and functions properly.

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Appareil:

MacBook Unibody Model A1342

Statut:

open