MacBook LCD is flickering with some/most angles
First of all: Please excuse my writing as I am from germany and the english isn't probably perfect.
I've got a white MacBook (Early 2007) which has a stupid problem. When I open the cover plate the LCD begins to flicker with many angles. I have to try different angles with caution to find an angles (it's never the same angle) which hasn't the problem. So when I found the right angle I can work without any problems but I should better not touch the cover. Seems there is something broken with the hinge-joint?
Does anyone know which part is affected so that I can read the guide to fix it on my own? Got the MB for 120€ from a buddy and I guess Apple will ask for more than that. So it will be non profitable..
Thank you very much and regards from germany
Edit: Video of the problem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pq9dc5pNq...
This is most likely caused by a faulty Display Data Cable or an inverter cable. If the screen goes dim but you can still see the desktop then I'd replace the inverter cables. If the screen is going black then I'd go for the Display Data Cable. For the exact parts and guides we need to know your exact machine. Please give us the last three figures of your serial number. Thanks