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Güncel sürümün sahibi: Kristen Gismondi ,

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just1ed - Here's an image of the cables that interconnect the display to the logic board I call them cables, Granted they are more spring than cable but they are the means the electrical signals move between the display & logic board on the newer Function Key models. These are the failing pieces. The single cable you are talking about from the displays logic board to the main logic board it's self might also be a possible failure point but these two cables are more at risk of damage.
 
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Here’s a clearer picture and commented with descriptions of the parts:
 
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[image|1567307image|1669230]

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Düzenleyen: Sam Goldheart ,

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just1ed - Here's an image of the cables that interconnect the display to the logic board I call them cables, Granted they are more spring than cable but they are the means the electrical signals move between the display & logic board on the newer Function Key models. These are the failing pieces. The single cable you are talking about from the displays logic board to the main logic board it's self might also be a possible failure point but these two cables are more at risk of damage.
 
[image|1451914]
 
Here’s a clearer picture and commented with descriptions of the parts:
 
[image|1525093image|1567307]
[image|1525093image|1567307]

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

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just1ed - Here's an image of the cables that interconnect the display to the logic board I call them cables, Granted they are more spring than cable but they are the means the electrical signals move between the display & logic board on the newer Function Key models. These are the failing pieces. The single cable you are talking about from the displays logic board to the main logic board it's self might also be a possible failure point but these two cables are more at risk of damage.
 
[image|1451914]
 
Here’s a clearer picture and commented with descriptions of the parts:
 
[image|1525093]

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

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just1ed - Here's an image of the cables that interconnect the display to the logic board I call them cables, Granted they are more spring than cable but they are the means the electrical signals move between the display & logic board on the newer Function Key models. These are the failing pieces. The single cable you are talking about from the displays logic board to the LCDmain logic board it's self might also be a possible failure point but these two cables are more at risk of damage.
just1ed - Here's an image of the cables that interconnect the display to the logic board I call them cables, Granted they are more spring than cable but they are the means the electrical signals move between the display & logic board on the newer Function Key models. These are the failing pieces. The single cable you are talking about from the displays logic board to the LCDmain logic board it's self might also be a possible failure point but these two cables are more at risk of damage.
 
[image|1451914]

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

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just1ed - Here's an image of the cables that interconnect the display to the logic board I call them cables, Granted they are more spring than cable but they are the means the electrical signals move between the display & logic board on the newer Function Key models. These are the failingfailing pieces. The single cable you are talking about from the displays logic board to the LCD it's self might also be a possible failure point but this isthese two cables are more at risk of damage.
just1ed - Here's an image of the cables that interconnect the display to the logic board I call them cables, Granted they are more spring than cable but they are the means the electrical signals move between the display & logic board on the newer Function Key models. These are the failingfailing pieces. The single cable you are talking about from the displays logic board to the LCD it's self might also be a possible failure point but this isthese two cables are more at risk of damage.
 
[image|1451914]

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

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just1ed - Here's an image of the cables that interconnect the display to the logic board I call them cables, grantedGranted they are more spring than cable but they are the means the electrical signals move between the display & logic board on the newer Function Key models. These are the failing. The single cable you are talking about from the displays logic board to the LCD might also be a possible failure point but this is more at risk of damage.
just1ed - Here's an image of the cables that interconnect the display to the logic board I call them cables, grantedGranted they are more spring than cable but they are the means the electrical signals move between the display & logic board on the newer Function Key models. These are the failing. The single cable you are talking about from the displays logic board to the LCD might also be a possible failure point but this is more at risk of damage.
 
[image|1451914]

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Dan ,

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just1ed - Here's an image of the cables that interconnect the display to the logic board I call them cables, granted they are more spring than cable but they are the means the electrical signals move between the display & logic board on the newer Function Key models. These are the failing.

[image|1451914]

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