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I just fixed a different issue in my 24" CINEMA displaz so I had to dig pretty deep into the display manuals and IC chips on the logic board. Maybe if you send me the exact details of your display, see
 
http://www.everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/?search_keywords=2316
 
Then I can get an image what device you exactly have.
 
Can you also take a high precision image of the IC chip side of your logic board, to verify that no chips are burned.
 
Can you also take a high precision image ofThen if possible try to connect another cable to the IC chip side of your logic board,Logic board to verify that no chips are burnedrule out the cable fault.
Can you also take a high precision image ofThen if possible try to connect another cable to the IC chip side of your logic board,Logic board to verify that no chips are burnedrule out the cable fault.
 
PS: ich kann auch deutsch.
 
Then if possible try to connect another cable to the Logic board to rule out the cable fault.=== Update (03/08/2017) ===
Then if possible try to connect another cable to the Logic board to rule out the cable fault.=== Update (03/08/2017) ===
 
PS: ich kann auch deutsch.So you have exactly the same device as I do. OK. Now,
# you say that the Fan spins
# the monitor is not recognized by the system, no iSight and no USB hub
# The test voltages are ok, according to the service manual.
# The charging is still working

Check if you have a faint image on the LCD, no backlight?
Did the display work before? or was it dead already when you got it?

Try to lay it horizontal and see if it works.

It sounds little bit like a logic board problem. OR possibly a LCD problem.
So please before anything, inspect the LCD panel PCB board, sometimes the IC there burns. [image|1018402]
[image|1018397]
PS: ich kann auch deutsch.So you have exactly the same device as I do. OK. Now,
# you say that the Fan spins
# the monitor is not recognized by the system, no iSight and no USB hub
# The test voltages are ok, according to the service manual.
# The charging is still working

Check if you have a faint image on the LCD, no backlight?
Did the display work before? or was it dead already when you got it?

Try to lay it horizontal and see if it works.

It sounds little bit like a logic board problem. OR possibly a LCD problem.
So please before anything, inspect the LCD panel PCB board, sometimes the IC there burns. [image|1018402]
[image|1018397]

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# II just fixed a different issue in my 24" CINEMA displaz so I had to dig pretty deep into the display manuals and IC chips on the logic board. Maybe if you send me the exact details of your display, see
# II just fixed a different issue in my 24" CINEMA displaz so I had to dig pretty deep into the display manuals and IC chips on the logic board. Maybe if you send me the exact details of your display, see
 
http://www.everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/?search_keywords=2316
 
Then I can get an image what device you exactly have.
 
# Can you also take a high precision image of the IC chip side of your logic board, to verify that no chips are burned.
 
# Then Can you also take a high precision image of the IC chip side of your logic board, to verify that no chips are burned.


Then
if possible try to connect another cable to the Logic board to rule out the cable fault.

PS: ich kann auch deutsch.
# Then Can you also take a high precision image of the IC chip side of your logic board, to verify that no chips are burned.


Then
if possible try to connect another cable to the Logic board to rule out the cable fault.

PS: ich kann auch deutsch.

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Original post by: Robert Nawfal ,

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#  I just fixed a different issue in my 24" CINEMA displaz so I had to dig pretty deep into the display manuals and IC chips on the logic board. Maybe if you send me the exact details of your display, see

http://www.everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/?search_keywords=2316

Then I can get an image what device you exactly have.

#  Can you also take a high precision image of the IC chip side of your logic board, to verify that no chips are burned.

# Then if possible try to connect another cable to the Logic board to rule out the cable fault.

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