Display power inverter pinout or voltage for each of 6 pins needed?

I have a broken LCD on my netbook. The LVDS cable correctly fits in the display for my iMac which was gutted when the logic board caps went bad.

I have tossed the logic board. I still have the display, the power supply and the inverter. I need to know the voltage that each pin on the inverter takes to power the back light on the iMac display directly from the power supply.

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This is from an iMac G4 is this something that you are looking at?

The inverter has 8 pins in as described below.

Blue = 11.93v

Red = 11.93v

Blk = GND

Blu = GND

N/C

Yel = .2mv

Prpl = 3.262v

Orng= no voltage detected

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Check this out and see if it will help you.http://dremmeljunkie.blogspot.com/2010_0...

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Also if you have the part number here you can look up the specs

http://www.jkllamps.com/index.cfm?action...

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