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Versión actual por: Vincent Verloop ,

Título:

No display LED backlight, how to fix?

Texto:

For some reason the backlight LED of my display doesn't work anymore.

I was away to get coffee and i come back and my display was black.

When i shine with a flashlight at the screen, i can see everything.

No backlight, but the screen looks OK.

So it's clear to me that the backlight is not working.

I have called Apple Support and did some things, like resetting the NVRAM.

They advised me to go to the nearest Apple repair centre (iCentre).

I have made a call to them, it cost about 750 euro's to repair.

Now is my question. Can i repair this myself, to save some money, by replacing the whole screen? Or is this a fuse problem? Or something else with the Logic Board?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

+357089

Editado por: Vincent Verloop ,

Título:

No display LED backlight, how to fix?

Texto:

For some reason the backlight LED of my display doesn't work anymore.
I was away to get coffee and i come back and my display was black.
When i shine with a flashlight at the screen, i can see everything.
No backlight, but the screen looks OK.
-So it's clear to me that the backlight not working.
+So it's clear to me that the backlight is not working.
I have called Apple Support and did some things, like resetting the NVRAM.
They advised me to go to the nearest Apple repair centre (iCentre).
I have made a call to them, it cost about 750 euro's to repair.
Now is my question. Can i repair this myself, to save some money, by replacing the whole screen? Or is this a fuse problem? Or something else with the Logic Board?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Vincent Verloop ,

Título:

No display LED backlight, how to fix?

Texto:

For some reason the backlight LED of my display doesn't work anymore.
I was away to get coffee and i come back and my display was black.
When i shine with a flashlight at the screen, i can see everything.
No backlight, but the screen looks OK.
So it's clear to me that the backlight not working.
I have called Apple Support and did some things, like resetting the NVRAM.
They advised me to go to the nearest Apple repair centre (iCentre).
I have made a call to them, it cost about 750 euro's to repair.
-Now is my question. Can i repair this myself, replacing the whole screen? Or is this a fuse problem? Or something else with the Logic Board?
+Now is my question. Can i repair this myself, to save some money, by replacing the whole screen? Or is this a fuse problem? Or something else with the Logic Board?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Vincent Verloop ,

Título:

No display LED backlight, how to fix?

Texto:

For some reason the backlight LED of my display doesn't work anymore.
I was away to get coffee and i come back and my display was black.
When i shine with a flashlight at the screen, i can see everything.
No backlight, but the screen looks OK.
So it's clear to me that the backlight not working.
I have called Apple Support and did some things, like resetting the NVRAM.
-They advised me to go to the nearest repair centre.
+They advised me to go to the nearest Apple repair centre (iCentre).
I have made a call to them, it cost about 750 euro's to repair.
Now is my question. Can i repair this myself, replacing the whole screen? Or is this a fuse problem? Or something else with the Logic Board?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Vincent Verloop ,

Título:

No display LED backlight, how to fix?

Texto:

For some reason the backlight LED of my display doesn't work anymore.

I was away to get coffee and i come back and my display was black.

When i shine with a flashlight at the screen, i can see everything.

No backlight, but the screen looks OK.

So it's clear to me that the backlight not working.

I have called Apple Support and did some things, like resetting the NVRAM.

They advised me to go to the nearest repair centre.

I have made a call to them, it cost about 750 euro's to repair.

Now is my question. Can i repair this myself, replacing the whole screen? Or is this a fuse problem? Or something else with the Logic Board?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Estatus:

open