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You say <<...changed inverter cable, this cable was most likely the original problem. The insulation on a few wires was completely gone...>>.
 
Most likely the inverter cable shorted in the hinge and blowed the logic board's microfuse that protects the inverter circuitry. I've been able to find the microfuse location on the 1197Ghz, 1.2Ghz and on one of the two 1.33Ghz revision models. Look at the left of the inverter socket on the logic board, the microfuse has letters TH written on it. Use a multimeter and check the continuity. If there's no continuity then the fuse is blown. Bridging the microfuse with a wire should restore the power to the inverter socket then to the inverter board and the backlight if nothing else is damaged on the logic board.[image|31748]
 
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You say <<...changed inverter cable, this cable was most likely the original problem. The insulation on a few wires was completely gone...>>.
 
Most likely the inverter cable shorted in the hinge and blowed the logic board's microfuse that protects the inverter circuitry. I've been able to find the microfuse location on the 1197Ghz, 1.2Ghz and on one of the two 1.33Ghz revision models. Look at the left of the inverter socket on the logic board, the microfuse has letters TH written on it. Use a multimeter and check the continuity. If there's no continuity then the fuse is blown. Bridging the microfuse with a wire should restore the power to the inverter socket then to the inverter board and the backlight if nothing else is damaged on the logic board.board.[image|31748]
Most likely the inverter cable shorted in the hinge and blowed the logic board's microfuse that protects the inverter circuitry. I've been able to find the microfuse location on the 1197Ghz, 1.2Ghz and on one of the two 1.33Ghz revision models. Look at the left of the inverter socket on the logic board, the microfuse has letters TH written on it. Use a multimeter and check the continuity. If there's no continuity then the fuse is blown. Bridging the microfuse with a wire should restore the power to the inverter socket then to the inverter board and the backlight if nothing else is damaged on the logic board.board.[image|31748]

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편집 작업: lemerise ,

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You say <<...changed inverter cable, this cable was most likely the original problem. The insulation on a few wires was completely gone...>>.
 
Most likely the inverter cable shorted in the hinge and blowed the logic board's microfuse that protects the inverter circuitry. I've been able to find the microfuse location on the 1197Ghz, 1.2Ghz and on one of the two 1.33Ghz revision models. Look at the left of the inverter socket on the logic board, the microfuse has letters TH written on it. Use a multimeter and check the continuity. If there's no continuity then the fuse is blown. Bridging the microfuse with a wire should restore the power to the inverter socket then to the inverter board and the backlight if nothing else is damaged on the logic board.
Most likely the inverter cable shorted in the hinge and blowed the logic board's microfuse that protects the inverter circuitry. I've been able to find the microfuse location on the 1197Ghz, 1.2Ghz and on one of the two 1.33Ghz revision models. Look at the left of the inverter socket on the logic board, the microfuse has letters TH written on it. Use a multimeter and check the continuity. If there's no continuity then the fuse is blown. Bridging the microfuse with a wire should restore the power to the inverter socket then to the inverter board and the backlight if nothing else is damaged on the logic board.

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You say <<...changed inverter cable, this cable was most likely the original problem. The insulation on a few wires was completely gone...>>.

Most likely the inverter cable shorted in the hinge and blowed the logic board's microfuse that protects the inverter circuitry. I've been able to find the microfuse location on the 1197Ghz, 1.2Ghz and on one the two 1.33Ghz revision models. Look at the left of the inverter socket on the logic board, the microfuse has letters TH written on it. Use a multimeter and check the continuity. If there's no continuity then the fuse is blown. Bridging the microfuse with a wire should restore the power to the inverter socket then to the inverter board and the backlight if nothing else is damaged on the logic board.

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