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현재 버전 게시자: John Wu ,

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Can I save my screen's backlight?

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So, I have a laptop with a non-functioning backlight. Anything on the internal screen is extremely dim, while connecting it to an external monitor displays a perfect picture, so i'm pretty confident its a backlight problem. I tried replacing the LCD with a new one, only to find out that it isn't the LCD's issue, and realized that the problem actually lies with the connector that connects the LCD with the motherboard.
 
[https://imgur.com/a/DS6g1|As it turns out, the connector pins have been burned pretty bad.] Im pretty sure the burned pins are the ones that supply power to the backlight, and thats why the backlight won't turn on.
 
[https://imgur.com/a/rmZ8U|To make matters worse, it looks like the cable suffered damage as well.]
 
I'm wondering if there's any possible way to salvage this situation without having to spend the money on a new motherboard and connector cable. For the record I have no soldering equipment or experience, and the warranty has probably been voided pretty hard so neither of those ideas would work.
 
Note: The laptop is actually an Asus X541UA, but that wasn't a pickable option, so i went for the closest one.
 
Thanks in advance.

기기:

Asus VivoBook X540SA-BPD0602V

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원문 게시자: John Wu ,

제목:

Can I save my screen's backlight?

본문:

So, I have a laptop with a non-functioning backlight. Anything on the internal screen is extremely dim, while connecting it to an external monitor displays a perfect picture, so i'm pretty confident its a backlight problem. I tried replacing the LCD with a new one, only to find out that it isn't the LCD's issue, and realized that the problem actually lies with the connector that connects the LCD with the motherboard.

[https://imgur.com/a/DS6g1|As it turns out, the connector pins have been burned pretty bad.] Im pretty sure the burned pins are the ones that supply power to the backlight, and thats why the backlight won't turn on.

[https://imgur.com/a/rmZ8U|To make matters worse, it looks like the cable suffered damage as well.]

I'm wondering if there's any possible way to salvage this situation without having to spend the money on a new motherboard and connector cable. For the record I have no soldering equipment or experience, and the warranty has probably been voided pretty hard so neither of those ideas would work.

Thanks in advance.

기기:

Asus VivoBook X540SA-BPD0602V

현황:

open