Eveans, Disconnect power supply cable from logic board. Verify cable voltage at connector between Pin 1 and chassis ground (GND) is 14.3–15.8 VDC. No power or incorrect power to logic board. Most likely:Replace power supply. If the power checks out do the following steps.. Disconnect all connectors from the logic board EXCEPT the power supply cable. Verify voltages on logic board between test points TP61 (3.3VDC) and chassis ground (GND) is 3.1–3.5 VDC, and between TP13 (12VDC) and chassis ground (GND) is 11.4–12.6 VDC. IfPower supply OK. Suspect possible short, damaged connector, or faulty sensor/ fan/speaker. Reconnect connectors one at a time and retest for 3.3VDC at TP61 and 12VDC at TP13. Replace affected part that causes the 3.3VDC or 12VDC voltages to disappear. If everything checks out ok, Replace logic board. here is the link to go with the steps. It will have a pic of the logic board and spots to check.
Eveans, Here are the following steps you will need. Let me know if there is anything else i can help with. The glass panel is held in place by magnets in the rear housing. So follow these steps: (1) Lay display on its back and press clean suction cups in opposite corners on glass panel. I strongly recommends wearing clean, lint-free gloves whenever handling the glass panel, to reduce cleaning required on reassembly. (2) Lift Glass panel straight up and off. (3) Remove suction cups and slide glass into protective microfoam bag (4) Remove 6 T10 screws: 3 on each side of the LCD panel. (5) Raise bottom edge of LCD a few inches using black mylar tabs. Careful! There are 4 cables to disconnect. From Left to right: (1) Cable 1. Ambient Temp Sensor (2) Cable 2. AIO Video (3) Cable 3. LCD Function Interface (4) Cable 4. LED Driver (Backlight) (1) Lift LCD panel straight up and off.
Nathan, Here is the link to your question on LED vs CCFL. http://www.engadget.com/2007/06/06/MacBo...-pro-backlight-comparison-led-vs-ccfl/ I would forget about moding your clamshell.. Wast of time and money.