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Güncel sürümün sahibi: Ben ,

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It sounds like a backlight circuit fault on the board. Something there is stopping it from providing the required power.
 
A few things I would check are the screen connector on the board, the connector on the cable side too for any signs of damage.
 
Then the components right near the screen connector then the backlight driver chip (which is on the other side of the board) and components around it for any kind of liquid damage or corrosion. This’ll look like white, black or green crust / smudge marks.

Then the components right near the screen connector then the backlight driver chip (which is on the other side of the board) and components around it for any kind of liquid damage or corrosion. This’ll look like white, black or green crust / smudge marks.

 
Here is guide for removing board:
 
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Air+13-Inch+Early+2014+Logic+Board+Replacement/24746[guide|24746]
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Air+13-Inch+Early+2014+Logic+Board+Replacement/24746[guide|24746]

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Düzenleyen: Ben ,

Metin:

It sounds like a backlight circuit fault on the board. Something there is stopping it from providing the required power.
 
A few things I would check are the screen connector on the board, the connector on the cable side too for any signs of damage.
 
Then the components right near the screen connector then the backlight driver chip and components around it for any kind of liquid damage or corrosion. This’ll look like white, black or green crust / smudge marks.
 
 
 
Here is guide for removing board:
 
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Air+13-Inch+Early+2014+Logic+Board+Replacement/24746

Durum:

open

Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Ben ,

Metin:

It sounds like a backlight circuit fault on the board. Something there is stopping it from providing the required power.

A few things I would check are the screen connector on the board, the connector on the cable side too for any signs of damage.

Then the components right near the screen connector then the backlight driver chip and components around it for any kind of liquid damage or corrosion. This’ll look like white, black or green crust / smudge marks.

Durum:

open