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What did I fry on my logic board?

텍스트:

So. I was changing out my LCD in my MBA when I ran into a problem. After connecting the LCD connector and the LED ribbon, the display would turn on but the LEDs would not. I was almost positive that the LED ribbon was installed correctly, but after hours of scouring the internet, I think I have come to the conclusion that it was actually backwards. The problem is, I can't test that now because the LCD doesn't work anymore. And I think it doesn't work anymore because when inspecting the LCD connector using the "pro" tweezers I bought, I happen to notice a tiny bit of smoke coming from the connector. At first, the computer wouldn't even turn on, but then I connected the LCD and it the computer turned on. At that time I didn't think to see if the LCD was working too. I assumed I was good. By the time I figured out to install the LED ribbon in the other way, it was too late and now presumably something is fried. My question is, how do I figure out what is fried? The whole logical board? Just the LCD controller? I don't know where to start. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
 
EDIT: Below is images of the board.
 
[image|904907]
 
[image|904908]
 
[image|904909]
 
[image|904916]
 
[image|904917
 
[image|904914]
 
[image|904915]
 
[image|904913]
 
[image|904912
 
[image|904918]
 
[image|904910]
 
[image|904911]
 
[image|904976]
[image|904976]
 
Suspected Damage:
 
[image|904984]

기기:

MacBook Air 13" Mid 2011

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편집자: photogwa ,

제목:

What did I fry on my logic board?

텍스트:

So. I was changing out my LCD in my MBA when I ran into a problem. After connecting the LCD connector and the LED ribbon, the display would turn on but the LEDs would not. I was almost positive that the LED ribbon was installed correctly, but after hours of scouring the internet, I think I have come to the conclusion that it was actually backwards. The problem is, I can't test that now because the LCD doesn't work anymore. And I think it doesn't work anymore because when inspecting the LCD connector using the "pro" tweezers I bought, I happen to notice a tiny bit of smoke coming from the connector. At first, the computer wouldn't even turn on, but then I connected the LCD and it the computer turned on. At that time I didn't think to see if the LCD was working too. I assumed I was good. By the time I figured out to install the LED ribbon in the other way, it was too late and now presumably something is fried. My question is, how do I figure out what is fried? The whole logical board? Just the LCD controller? I don't know where to start. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
 
EDIT: Below is images of the board.
 
[image|904907]
 
[image|904908]
 
[image|904909]
 
[image|904916]
 
[image|904917
 
[image|904914]
 
[image|904915]
 
[image|904913]
 
[image|904912
 
[image|904918]
 
[image|904910]
 
[image|904911]
[image|904976


[image|904976]

Suspected Damage:
[image|904984
]
[image|904911]
[image|904976


[image|904976]

Suspected Damage:
[image|904984
]

기기:

MacBook Air 13" Mid 2011

현황:

open

편집자: photogwa ,

제목:

What did I fry on my logic board?

텍스트:

So. I was changing out my LCD in my MBA when I ran into a problem. After connecting the LCD connector and the LED ribbon, the display would turn on but the LEDs would not. I was almost positive that the LED ribbon was installed correctly, but after hours of scouring the internet, I think I have come to the conclusion that it was actually backwards. The problem is, I can't test that now because the LCD doesn't work anymore. And I think it doesn't work anymore because when inspecting the LCD connector using the "pro" tweezers I bought, I happen to notice a tiny bit of smoke coming from the connector. At first, the computer wouldn't even turn on, but then I connected the LCD and it the computer turned on. At that time I didn't think to see if the LCD was working too. I assumed I was good. By the time I figured out to install the LED ribbon in the other way, it was too late and now presumably something is fried. My question is, how do I figure out what is fried? The whole logical board? Just the LCD controller? I don't know where to start. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
So. I was changing out my LCD in my MBA when I ran into a problem. After connecting the LCD connector and the LED ribbon, the display would turn on but the LEDs would not. I was almost positive that the LED ribbon was installed correctly, but after hours of scouring the internet, I think I have come to the conclusion that it was actually backwards. The problem is, I can't test that now because the LCD doesn't work anymore. And I think it doesn't work anymore because when inspecting the LCD connector using the "pro" tweezers I bought, I happen to notice a tiny bit of smoke coming from the connector. At first, the computer wouldn't even turn on, but then I connected the LCD and it the computer turned on. At that time I didn't think to see if the LCD was working too. I assumed I was good. By the time I figured out to install the LED ribbon in the other way, it was too late and now presumably something is fried. My question is, how do I figure out what is fried? The whole logical board? Just the LCD controller? I don't know where to start. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
 
EDIT: Below is images of the board.
[image|904907][image|904908][image|904909][image|904916][image|904917[image|904914][image|904915][image|904913][image|904912[image|904918][image|904910][image|904911
[image|904907]

[image|904908]

[image|904909]

[image|904916]

[image|904917

[image|904914]

[image|904915]

[image|904913]

[image|904912

[image|904918]

[image|904910]

[image|904911]
[image|904976
]
[image|904907][image|904908][image|904909][image|904916][image|904917[image|904914][image|904915][image|904913][image|904912[image|904918][image|904910][image|904911
[image|904907]

[image|904908]

[image|904909]

[image|904916]

[image|904917

[image|904914]

[image|904915]

[image|904913]

[image|904912

[image|904918]

[image|904910]

[image|904911]
[image|904976
]

기기:

MacBook Air 13" Mid 2011

현황:

open

편집자: photogwa ,

제목:

What did I fry on my logic board?

텍스트:

So. I was changing out my LCD in my MBA when I ran into a problem. After connecting the LCD connector and the LED ribbon, the display would turn on but the LEDs would not. I was almost positive that the LED ribbon was installed correctly, but after hours of scouring the internet, I think I have come to the conclusion that it was actually backwards. The problem is, I can't test that now because the LCD doesn't work anymore. And I think it doesn't work anymore because when inspecting the LCD connector using the "pro" tweezers I bought, I happen to notice a tiny bit of smoke coming from the connector. At first, the computer wouldn't even turn on, but then I connected the LCD and it the computer turned on. At that time I didn't think to see if the LCD was working too. I assumed I was good. By the time I figured out to install the LED ribbon in the other way, it was too late and now presumably something is fried. My question is, how do I figure out what is fried? The whole logical board? Just the LCD controller? I don't know where to start. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

EDIT: Below is images of the board.
[image|904907][image|904908][image|904909][image|904916][image|904917[image|904914][image|904915][image|904913][image|904912[image|904918][image|904910][image|904911]
So. I was changing out my LCD in my MBA when I ran into a problem. After connecting the LCD connector and the LED ribbon, the display would turn on but the LEDs would not. I was almost positive that the LED ribbon was installed correctly, but after hours of scouring the internet, I think I have come to the conclusion that it was actually backwards. The problem is, I can't test that now because the LCD doesn't work anymore. And I think it doesn't work anymore because when inspecting the LCD connector using the "pro" tweezers I bought, I happen to notice a tiny bit of smoke coming from the connector. At first, the computer wouldn't even turn on, but then I connected the LCD and it the computer turned on. At that time I didn't think to see if the LCD was working too. I assumed I was good. By the time I figured out to install the LED ribbon in the other way, it was too late and now presumably something is fried. My question is, how do I figure out what is fried? The whole logical board? Just the LCD controller? I don't know where to start. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

EDIT: Below is images of the board.
[image|904907][image|904908][image|904909][image|904916][image|904917[image|904914][image|904915][image|904913][image|904912[image|904918][image|904910][image|904911]

기기:

MacBook Air 13" Mid 2011

현황:

open

원문 게시자: photogwa ,

제목:

What did I fry on my logic board?

텍스트:

So.  I was changing out my LCD in my MBA when I ran into a problem.  After connecting the LCD connector and the LED ribbon, the display would turn on but the LEDs would not.  I was almost positive that the LED ribbon was installed correctly, but after hours of  scouring the internet, I think I have come to the conclusion that it was actually backwards.  The problem is, I can't test that now because the LCD doesn't work anymore.  And I think it doesn't work anymore because when inspecting the LCD connector using the "pro" tweezers I bought, I happen to notice a tiny bit of smoke coming from the connector.  At first, the computer wouldn't even turn on, but then I connected the LCD and it the computer turned on.  At that time I didn't think to see if the LCD was working too.  I assumed I was good.  By the time I figured out to install the LED ribbon in the other way, it was too late and now presumably something is fried.  My question is, how do I figure out what is fried?  The whole logical board?  Just the LCD controller?  I don't know where to start.  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks.

기기:

MacBook Air 13" Mid 2011

현황:

open