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I have managed to salvage mine for at least a little while longer by removing the big plastic button that screws into the lcd. i removed that and about an inch of the sheathing, as well as disconnecting some of the wire clamps to let everything kind of dangle. be sure to wrap all your newly exposed wire in electric tape and i would also do the aluminum hole in the back of the display. every now and then it goes screwy but i quick reposition of the cable and power down fixes it everytime...fingers crossed.
 
-tom
 
[http://www.eliteweblabs.com|elite web labs]
 
== Update ==
 
I have written a post documenting how to repair your cinema display cable here: http://www.eliteweblabs.com/recent/cinema-display-cable-fix/
 
it's not the prettiest solution but it can save you a lot of money...
 
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I have managed to salvage mine for at least a little while longer by removing the big plastic button that screws into the lcd. i removed that and about an inch of the sheathing, as well as disconnecting some of the wire clamps to let everything kind of dangle. be sure to wrap all your newly exposed wire in electric tape and i would also do the aluminum hole in the back of the display. every now and then it goes screwy but i quick reposition of the cable and power down fixes it everytime...fingers crossed.

-tom

[http://www.eliteweblabs.com|elite web labs]

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