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Versión actual por: Kris Rodriguez (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

LCD replacing, various types?

Texto:

My LCD screen starts to fade white while using my macbook, tilting the LCD helps the screen. At first I thought it was an issue with the LVDS cable but turns out after changing that out I still have the issue.

Now my sign points to LCD itself, I have hooked the macbook up to an external monitor and it was working fine. The mac itself does not freeze but is still fully functioning while the fading is occuring.

After looking at LCD screens on ebay, some list them as LCD, LED, and different type of backlight...

My question is what exactly is my screen? I have no idea what type of backlight it has. Also some ads state "no inverter" what exactly is the inverter part? The PCB board on the lower portion that the connector attaches to?

One last thing, why is there such a great variance between costs of these LCD screens? On here the screen is $130 while on ebay their between $50-$80??

Dispositivo:

MacBook Unibody Model A1342

Estatus:

-open
+closed

Respuesta Aceptada:

101234

Editado por: Andrew Optimus Goldheart ,

Título:

LCD replacing, various types?

Texto:

My LCD screen starts to fade white while using my macbook, tilting the LCD helps the screen. At first I thought it was an issue with the LVDS cable but turns out after changing that out I still have the issue.

Now my sign points to LCD itself, I have hooked the macbook up to an external monitor and it was working fine. The mac itself does not freeze but is still fully functioning while the fading is occuring.

After looking at LCD screens on ebay, some list them as LCD, LED, and different type of backlight...

My question is what exactly is my screen? I have no idea what type of backlight it has. Also some ads state "no inverter" what exactly is the inverter part? The PCB board on the lower portion that the connector attaches to?

One last thing, why is there such a great variance between costs of these LCD screens? On here the screen is $130 while on ebay their between $50-$80??

Dispositivo:

-MacBook 6.1 Late 2009
+MacBook Unibody Model A1342

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

101234

Editado por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

LCD replacing, various types?

Texto:

My LCD screen starts to fade white while using my macbook, tilting the LCD helps the screen. At first I thought it was an issue with the LVDS cable but turns out after changing that out I still have the issue.

Now my sign points to LCD itself, I have hooked the macbook up to an external monitor and it was working fine. The mac itself does not freeze but is still fully functioning while the fading is occuring.

After looking at LCD screens on ebay, some list them as LCD, LED, and different type of backlight...

My question is what exactly is my screen? I have no idea what type of backlight it has. Also some ads state "no inverter" what exactly is the inverter part? The PCB board on the lower portion that the connector attaches to?

One last thing, why is there such a great variance between costs of these LCD screens? On here the screen is $130 while on ebay their between $50-$80??

Dispositivo:

MacBook 6.1  Late 2009

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

+101234

Editado por: originalmachead ,

Título:

LCD replacing, various types?

Texto:

My LCD screen starts to fade white while using my macbook, tilting the LCD helps the screen. At first I thought it was an issue with the LVDS cable but turns out after changing that out I still have the issue.

Now my sign points to LCD itself, I have hooked the macbook up to an external monitor and it was working fine. The mac itself does not freeze but is still fully functioning while the fading is occuring.

After looking at LCD screens on ebay, some list them as LCD, LED, and different type of backlight...

My question is what exactly is my screen? I have no idea what type of backlight it has. Also some ads state "no inverter" what exactly is the inverter part? The PCB board on the lower portion that the connector attaches to?

One last thing, why is there such a great variance between costs of these LCD screens? On here the screen is $130 while on ebay their between $50-$80??

Dispositivo:

MacBook 6.1  Late 2009

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Jeepo23 ,

Título:

LCD replacing, various types?

Texto:

My LCD screen starts to fade white while using my macbook, tilting the LCD helps the screen. At first I thought it was an issue with the LVDS cable but turns out after changing that out I still have the issue.

Now my sign points to LCD itself, I have hooked the macbook up to an external monitor and it was working fine. The mac itself does not freeze but is still fully functioning while the fading is occuring.

After looking at LCD screens on ebay, some list them as LCD, LED, and different type of backlight...

My question is what exactly is my screen? I have no idea what type of backlight it has. Also some ads state "no inverter" what exactly is the inverter part? The PCB board on the lower portion that the connector attaches to?

One last thing, why is there such a great variance between costs of these LCD screens? On here the screen is $130 while on ebay their between $50-$80??

Dispositivo:

MacBook 6.1  Late 2009

Estatus:

open