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현재 버전 게시자: Dan ,

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The link Kevin posted aimed you to had to do with the backlight having issues. In your case there is a different set of cables which carry the video signal. But I don’t think thats your issue ;-{
 
Here you have two different issues the first are the artifacts on the screen. This is caused by stale information still held in the VRAM buffer which corrupts the screen image with the horizontal lines and blurs. The second is the more troubling one as the vertical bar is a display failure! This often happens when the lid received a bang or crushed so the fragile connections to the LCD panel gets damaged. This is where the flexible cables are bonded to the glass LCD panel often called a TAB error. BasicallyBasically, the bonding had broken free sometimes theirthere is enough tension to hold the connection together so it will sometimes work and then not.
Here you have two different issues the first are the artifacts on the screen. This is caused by stale information still held in the VRAM buffer which corrupts the screen image with the horizontal lines and blurs. The second is the more troubling one as the vertical bar is a display failure! This often happens when the lid received a bang or crushed so the fragile connections to the LCD panel gets damaged. This is where the flexible cables are bonded to the glass LCD panel often called a TAB error. BasicallyBasically, the bonding had broken free sometimes theirthere is enough tension to hold the connection together so it will sometimes work and then not.
 
Here’s a deeper view of your screens connections between the display assembly and the T-CON board. It’s possible the video signal cables could be damaged as well. I haven’t seen the vertical bar condition in this series yet. Unlike the older models the T-CON board was within the lid its self here it’s been moved to the main case location.
 
[image|1574867]
 
Now the bad news somehow you need to get your system to Apple ASAP as Apple might repair it under warranty as you’er so close to the cutoff point. You will likely need to do some groveling and if that fails push the issue up the food chain to get someone to cave-in. If that fails OUCH! As you are looking at least a new display assembly and maybe a new logic board as well each is about $700 USD.
 
I would check your bag to see if you placed something in it which pressed on the lid so when you placed something heavy on top damaged your system. As an example the charger block.

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편집자: Dan ,

텍스트:

The link Kevin posted aimed you to had to do with the backlight having issues. In your case there is a different set of cables which carry the video signal. But I don’t think thats your issue ;-{
The link Kevin posted aimed you to had to do with the backlight having issues. In your case there is a different set of cables which carry the video signal. But I don’t think thats your issue ;-{
 
Here you have two different issues the first are the artifacts on the screen. This is caused by stale information still held in the VRAM buffer which corrupts the screen image with the horizontal lines and blurs. The second is the more troubling one as the vertical bar is a display failure! This often happens when the lid received a bang or crushed so the fragile connections to the LCD panel gets damaged. This is where the flexible cables are bonded to the glass LCD panel often called a TAB error. Basically the bonding had broken free sometimes their is enough tension to hold the connection together so it will sometimes work and then not.
 
Here’s a deeper view of your screens connections between the display assembly and the T-CON board. It’s possible the video signal cables could be damaged as well. I haven’t seen the vertical bar condition in this series yet. Unlike the older models the T-CON board was within the lid its self here it’s been moved to the main case location.
 
[image|1574867]
 
Now the bad news somehow you need to get your system to Apple ASAP as Apple might repair it under warranty as you’er so close to the cutoff point. You will likely need to do some groveling and if that fails push the issue up the food chain to get someone to cave-in. If that fails OUCH! As you are looking at least a new display assembly and maybe a new logic board as well each is about $700 USD.
 
I would check your bag to see if you placed something in it which pressed on the lid so when you placed something heavy on top damaged your system. As an example the charger block.

현황:

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편집자: Dan ,

텍스트:

The link Kevin posted you to had to do with the backlight having issues. In your case there is a different set of cables which carry the video signal. But I don’t think thats your issue ;-{
 
Here you have two different issues the first are the artifacts on the screen. This is caused by stale information still held in the VRAM buffer which corrupts the screen image with the horizontal lines and blurs. The second is the more troubling one as the vertical bar is a display failure! This often happens when the lid received a bang or crushed so the fragile connections to the LCD panel gets damaged. This is where the flexible cables are bonded to the glass LCD panel often called a TAB error. Basically the bonding had broken free sometimes their is enough tension to hold the connection together so it will sometimes work and then not.
 
Here’s a deeper view of your screens connections between the display assembly and the T-CON board. It’s possible the video signal cables could be damaged as well. I haven’t seen the vertical bar condition in this series yet. Unlike the older models the T-CON board was within the lid its self here it’s been moved to the main case location.
 
[image|1574867]
 
Now the bad news somehow you need to get your system to Apple ASAP as Apple might repair it under warranty as you’er so close to the cutoff point. You will likely need to do some groveling and if that fails push the issue up the food chain to get someone to cave-in. If that fails OUCH! As you are looking at least a new display assembly and maybe a new logic board as well each is about $700 USD.
 
I would check your bag to see if you placed something in it which pressed on the lid so when you placed something heavy on top damaged your system. As an example the charger block.

현황:

open

원문 게시자: Dan ,

텍스트:

The link Kevin posted you to had to do with the backlight having issues. In your case there is a different set of cables which carry the video signal. But I don’t think thats your issue ;-{

Here you have two different issues the first are the artifacts on the screen. This is caused by stale information still held in the VRAM buffer which corrupts the screen image with the horizontal lines and blurs. The second is the more troubling one as the vertical bar is a display failure! This often happens when the lid received a bang or crushed so the fragile connections to the LCD panel gets damaged. This is where the flexible cables are bonded to the glass LCD panel often called a TAB error. Basically the bonding had broken free sometimes their is enough tension to hold the connection together so it will sometimes work and then not.

Here’s a deeper view of your screens connections between the display assembly and the T-CON board. It’s possible the video signal cables could be damaged as well. I haven’t seen the vertical bar condition in this series yet. Unlike the older models the T-CON board was within the lid its self here it’s been moved to the main case location.

[image|1574867]

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