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'''++@artemisgraphic++'''
 
check the filter caps and resistors etc. on your left IO board. What you have here seems to originate on that board by not providing the power to all backlight LED’s. this is '''not''' an inverterinverter/driver issue. The "stage lighting" effect is most commonly caused by issues with the LED returns. Check the resistors around your LVDS connector. Also check the LED driver. For that you will of course need the logic board schematic, the boardview files and a good multimeter. So you will have to identify your logic board by its 820-XXXX number and possibly post some good images of your logicboard with your question. Use this guide [guide|21499] for that
check the filter caps and resistors etc. on your left IO board. What you have here seems to originate on that board by not providing the power to all backlight LED’s. this is '''not''' an inverterinverter/driver issue. The "stage lighting" effect is most commonly caused by issues with the LED returns. Check the resistors around your LVDS connector. Also check the LED driver. For that you will of course need the logic board schematic, the boardview files and a good multimeter. So you will have to identify your logic board by its 820-XXXX number and possibly post some good images of your logicboard with your question. Use this guide [guide|21499] for that

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編集者: oldturkey03 ,

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'''++@artemisgraphic++'''
 
check the filter caps and resistors etc. on your left IO board. What you have here seems to originate on that board by not providing the power to all backlight LED’s. Only every second one turns on. Let us know whatthis is '''not''' an inverter issue. The "stage lighting" effect is most commonly caused by issues with the exact modelLED returns. Check the resistors around your LVDS connector. Also check the LED driver. For that you will of course need the logic board schematic, the boardview files and a good multimeter. So you will have to identify your logic board by its 820-XXXX number forand possibly post some good images of your MBP islogicboard with your question. Use this guide [guide|21499] for that
check the filter caps and resistors etc. on your left IO board. What you have here seems to originate on that board by not providing the power to all backlight LED’s. Only every second one turns on. Let us know whatthis is '''not''' an inverter issue. The "stage lighting" effect is most commonly caused by issues with the exact modelLED returns. Check the resistors around your LVDS connector. Also check the LED driver. For that you will of course need the logic board schematic, the boardview files and a good multimeter. So you will have to identify your logic board by its 820-XXXX number forand possibly post some good images of your MBP islogicboard with your question. Use this guide [guide|21499] for that

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編集者: oldturkey03 ,

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'''++@artemisgraphic++'''
 
check the filter caps and resistors aroundetc. on your display connectorleft IO board. What you have here seems to originate on your logicboardthat board by not providing the power to all backlight LED’s. Only every second one turns on. Let us know what the exact model number for your MBP is
check the filter caps and resistors aroundetc. on your display connectorleft IO board. What you have here seems to originate on your logicboardthat board by not providing the power to all backlight LED’s. Only every second one turns on. Let us know what the exact model number for your MBP is

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'''++@artemisgraphic++'''

check the filter caps and resistors around your display connector. What you have here seems to originate on your logicboard by not providing the power to all backlight LED’s. Only every second one turns on. Let us know what the exact model number for your MBP is

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