How do I fix my LCD screen?
Originally, just while using my MacBook as usual, the screen just all of a sudden went completely black (with a thin white line at the bottom). The Apple store said that we would have to replace the LCD/LED screen.
Thus, I had a family member replace the screen. So now, the screen lights up, but it is completely white and does not display the actual screen.
The computer itself still works completely fine and everything is visible and workable when plugged into another monitor.
Any idea on how to fix this?
Image of current screen situation:
Thanks for any help!
The odd little red arrow is most likely not a problem with the LCD or the laptop. The chances are that is a mark put on a protective layer of film, from the factory, to remind the installer that the film is there and needs removed. The factory puts the film on there to ensure that the polarized film on the LCD is not damaged prior to installation. It is easiest to catch the film at the corners. The bezel will have to be removed to remove it.
I wouldn't remove that film just yet. I would double check the LVDS/video cable connection on the motherboard/log