Whitney, I think it's either a logic board or the led itself that's messed up. Did you move the tv recently or anything impact it? Depending on cost, this could be too expensive to fix and you might be better off getting a replacement tv. If it's under warranty, you should contact the vendor and see if they will repair it. Good Luck!
DerpFace, Sounds like you may have a thermal crack on the internal screen if you do not see any crack on the outside. It could have also been caused by something accidentally hitting it or when moving it. It doesn't take much to damage an LCD. good luck
Martin - they flagged my link as spam. Go to downloadplex and search for the following in the top search box: macbook-firmware-restoration-cd-1.3-for-mac-os-x_132425 Please come back and let me know if that provided your solution? Good Luck!
You may need to remove the drive and using a drive caddy see if you can access it from another system. That's only if you need to backup data. Once you back up the data, then I'd reinstall the OS. If you don't need data backup, you should just try to reinstall the OS. You might spend hours upon hours trying to fix this, but if you are okay with losing your data or backing it up....you might be better off just re-installing the OS in the long run. Good Luck!
Did you try a different cable? That could be flaking out and not charging your phone properly. You may need to do a hard reset on your phone. Is the battery life worn down on it? May need a new battery. Lastly, was it exposed to any moisture? Hope that helps
Check if the monitor has a button to change the input or display type. Try the monitor on a different PC and see if the monitor works on that. Does the machine have a disk light? If so, is it on and looks like it's doing something?