LCD Screen Red Channel Flickers Off/On, Freezes
I have a 2011 Macbook Air 13" that has a screen problem. Primarily, the red channel seems to flicker off and on, also sometimes the image freezes where the mouse cursor doesn't move. Putting pressure on the screen seems to make the problem stop, particularly if I press against the back side of the screen like if I were closing the lid. It doesn't take a lot of pressure to make the screen work again just the amount that it takes to put forward pressure against the hinge, but as soon as I let go the problem comes back. An external monitor displays normally so I am certain the problem is in the screen and nothing logic board related. I posted a video below where you can see what I mean as soon as I press on it the flickering stops and as soon as I let go it come back. I couldn't capture it on video since it isn't doing it right now, but sometime the screen just fades to gray.
I am prepared to replace the LCD glass and I'm aware of the difficulty involved, but before I go and order a panel, is there anything else that I can do or check first? I know there are a couple connections along the bottom edge of the screen once the bezel is removed. Is the LVDS connector replaceable on these?
Is this a good question?