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spamthe part he is showing is not the LED driver board. That board combines the voltages from the led driver on the left side of the mlb, and the voltage from the lvds cable on the other side. It combines the voltages so that the lcd see's one voltage coming in. LED displays do no use inverters. I've repaired Mac's for close to 10 years and never seen that part go bad. The only MBP model that used an inverter was the original macbook pro.
spamthe part he is showing is not the LED driver board. That board combines the voltages from the led driver on the left side of the mlb, and the voltage from the lvds cable on the other side. It combines the voltages so that the lcd see's one voltage coming in. LED displays do no use inverters. I've repaired Mac's for close to 10 years and never seen that part go bad. The only MBP model that used an inverter was the original macbook pro.
 
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the part he is showing is not the LED driver board. That board combines the voltages from the led driver on the left side of the mlb, and the voltage from the lvds cable on the other side. It combines the voltages so that the lcd see's one voltage coming in. LED displays do no use inverters. I've repaired Mac's for close to 10 years and never seen that part go bad. My previous posts were deleted because I advertised a service, not because my answer was incorrect. The only MBP model that used an inverter was the original macbook pro.

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part exists, but they are calling it the LED driver and its not. In fact, if you really want I'll show you the logic board schematic proving it. WHen they do teardowns they are guessing what things do, they are not engineers. That is a DC-DC board that allows the voltage to the LCD to come down one line and transmit ROM data to the LCD.
the part he is showing is not the LED driver board. That board combines the voltages from the led driver on the left side of the mlb, and the voltage from the lvds cable on the other side. It combines the voltages so that the lcd see's one voltage coming in. LED displays do no use inverters. I've repaired Mac's for close to 10 years and never seen that part go bad. My previous posts were deleted because I advertised a service, not because my answer was incorrect. The only MBP model that used an inverter was the original macbook pro.

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the
part exists, but they are calling it the LED driver and its not. In fact, if you really want I'll show you the logic board schematic proving it. WHen they do teardowns they are guessing what things do, they are not engineers. That is a DC-DC board that allows the voltage to the LCD to come down one line and transmit ROM data to the LCD.
 
I will contact ifixit, but please explain to me how an LED display could use an inverter? Inverters are designed to deliver high voltage in a controlled manner.

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spam
 
== Update ==
 
the part he is showing is not the LED driver board. That board combines the voltages from the led driver on the left side of the mlb, and the voltage from the lvds cable on the other side. It combines the voltages so that the lcd see's one voltage coming in. LED displays do no use inverters. I've repaired Mac's for close to 10 years and never seen that part go bad. My previous posts were deleted because I advertised a service, not because my answer was incorrect. The only MBP model that used an inverter was the original macbook pro.
 
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the part he is showing is notexists, but they are calling it the LED driver boardand its not. In fact, if you really want I'll show you the logic board schematic proving it. WHen they do teardowns they are guessing what things do, they are not engineers. That is a DC-DC board combinesthat allows the voltages fromvoltage to the led driver on the left side of the mlb,LCD to come down one line and transmit ROM data to the voltage from the lvds cable on the other side. It combines the voltages so that the lcd see's one voltage coming in. LED displays do noLCD.

I will contact ifixit, but please explain to me how an LED display could
use inverters. I've repaired Mac's for closean inverter? Inverters are designed to 10 years and never seen that part go bad. My previous posts were deleted because I advertiseddeliver high voltage in a service, not because my answer was incorrect. The only MBP model that used an inverter was the original macbook procontrolled manner.
the part he is showing is notexists, but they are calling it the LED driver boardand its not. In fact, if you really want I'll show you the logic board schematic proving it. WHen they do teardowns they are guessing what things do, they are not engineers. That is a DC-DC board combinesthat allows the voltages fromvoltage to the led driver on the left side of the mlb,LCD to come down one line and transmit ROM data to the voltage from the lvds cable on the other side. It combines the voltages so that the lcd see's one voltage coming in. LED displays do noLCD.

I will contact ifixit, but please explain to me how an LED display could
use inverters. I've repaired Mac's for closean inverter? Inverters are designed to 10 years and never seen that part go bad. My previous posts were deleted because I advertiseddeliver high voltage in a service, not because my answer was incorrect. The only MBP model that used an inverter was the original macbook procontrolled manner.

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spam
 
== Update ==
 
the part he is showing is not the LED driver board. That board combines the voltages from the led driver on the left side of the mlb, and the voltage from the lvds cable on the other side. It combines the voltages so that the lcd see's one voltage coming in. LED displays do no use inverters. I've repaired Mac's for close to 10 years and never seen that part go bad. My previous posts were deleted because I advertised a service, not because my answer was incorrect. The only MBP model that used an inverter was the original macbook pro.

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How much computer repair experience do you have? opening the macbook pro isn't too hard, but opening the clamshell lcd assembly is no joke.

based on the amount of clamshell's ive fixed, the symptom you are describing is a cracked lcd. Even though you don't see a break, I've never seen an inverter or cable go bad from a drop. The lcd's are really sensitive. If you are interested in having it fixed, I work for MicroReplay and we can def fix it and offer 24 hour turn around. If you'd like more info, you can check it out here:

http://www.microreplay.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=66_138_87&products_id=1389

Unfortunately Samsung and Apple have dis-continued manufacturing of all the LCD's from the 2006-2008 Macbook Pro's 15 & 17-inch. Prior to this the cost of the LCD itself was almost half of what it currently is.

Josh

MicroReplay

josh@microreplay.com

"Something's can't be fixed, for everything else there's MicroReplay!"
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How much computer repair experience do you have? opening the macbook pro isn't too hard, but opening the clamshell lcd assembly is no joke.

based on the amount of clamshell's ive fixed, the symptom you are describing is a cracked lcd. Even though you don't see a break, I've never seen an inverter or cable go bad from a drop. The lcd's are really sensitive. If you are interested in having it fixed, I work for MicroReplay and we can def fix it and offer 24 hour turn around. If you'd like more info, you can check it out here:

http://www.microreplay.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=66_138_87&products_id=1389

Unfortunately Samsung and Apple have dis-continued manufacturing of all the LCD's from the 2006-2008 Macbook Pro's 15 & 17-inch. Prior to this the cost of the LCD itself was almost half of what it currently is.

Josh

MicroReplay

josh@microreplay.com

"Something's can't be fixed, for everything else there's MicroReplay!"
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How much computer repair experience do you have? opening the macbook pro isn't too hard, but opening the clamshell lcd assembly is no joke. based on the amount of clamshell's ive fixed, the symptom you are describing is a cracked lcd. Even though you don't see a break, I've never seen an inverter or cable go bad from a drop. The lcd's are really sensitive. If you are interested in having it fixed, I work for MicroReplay and we can def fix it and offer 24 hour turn around. If you'd like more info, you can check it out here: http://www.microreplay.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=66_138_87&products_id=1389 Unfortunately Samsung and Apple have dis-continued manufacturing of all the LCD's from the 2006-2008 Macbook Pro's 15 & 17-inch. Prior to this the cost of the LCD itself was almost half of what it currently is. Josh MicroReplay josh@microreplay.com "Something's can't be fixed, for everything else there's MicroReplay!"

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