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Do you absolutely know the problem is actually the inverter and not the screen itself? I find that most often the problem is the screen, or the inverter cable...but it's usually the screen.
Do you absolutely know the problem is actually the inverter and not the screen itself? I find that most often the problem is the screen, or the inverter cable...but it's usually the screen.
 
I suspect that the guide goes through complete disassembly of the laptop, with total removal of the screen assembly and hinge. This is not necessary. All you need to do is pop the screen bezel off, pull off the hinge cover (which admittedly can be a little tricky), then remove all the screws around the screen frame, fold back the screen itself, and the inverter is right there and can be replaced. It's not the easiest repair, but it's far short of 45 steps, and I've gotten to the point where I can replace a screen using this method in about 20 minutes. This isn't the best guide, but it will give you the basic idea:
 
http://www.screentekinc.com/lcd-removal-instructions_en,MacBook.shtml
 
Note in the last picture, they show the location of the inverter.

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Do you absolutely know the problem is actually the inverter and not the screen itself? I find that most often the problem is the screen, or the inverter cable...but it's usually the screen.
 
I suspect that the guide goes through complete disassembly of the laptop, with total removal of the screen assembly and hinge. This is not necessary. All you need to do is pop the screen bezel off, pull off the hinge cover (which admittedly can be a little tricky), then remove all the screws around the screen frame, fold back the screen itself, and the inverter is right there and can be replaced. It's not the easiest repair, but it's far short of 45 steps, and I've gotten to the point where I can replace a screen using this method in about 20 minutes. This isn't the best guide, but it will give you the basic idea:
I suspect that the guide goes through complete disassembly of the laptop, with total removal of the screen assembly and hinge. This is not necessary. All you need to do is pop the screen bezel off, pull off the hinge cover (which admittedly can be a little tricky), then remove all the screws around the screen frame, fold back the screen itself, and the inverter is right there and can be replaced. It's not the easiest repair, but it's far short of 45 steps, and I've gotten to the point where I can replace a screen using this method in about 20 minutes. This isn't the best guide, but it will give you the basic idea:
 
http://www.screentekinc.com/lcd-removal-instructions_en,MacBook.shtml
 
Note in the last picture, they show the location of the inverter.

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Do you absolutely know the problem is actually the inverter and not the screen itself? I find that most often the problem is the screen, or the inverter cable...but it's usually the screen.
Do you absolutely know the problem is actually the inverter and not the screen itself? I find that most often the problem is the screen, or the inverter cable...but it's usually the screen.
 
I suspect that the guide goes through complete disassembly of the laptop, with total removal of the screen assembly and hinge. This is not necessary. All you need to do is pop the screen bezel off, pull off the hinge cover (which admittedly can be a little tricky), then remove all the screws around the screen frame, fold back the screen itself, and the inverter is right there and can be replaced. This isn't the best guide, but it will give you the basic idea:
 
http://www.screentekinc.com/lcd-removal-instructions_en,MacBook.shtml
 
Note in the last picture, they show the location of the inverter.

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Do you know the problem is actually the inverter and not the screen itself?  I find that most often the problem is the screen, or the inverter cable...but it's usually the screen.

I suspect that the guide goes through complete disassembly of the laptop, with total removal of the screen assembly and hinge.  This is not necessary.  All you need to do is pop the screen bezel off, pull off the hinge cover (which admittedly can be a little tricky), then remove all the screws around the screen frame, fold back the screen itself, and the inverter is right there and can be replaced.  This isn't the best guide, but it will give you the basic idea:

http://www.screentekinc.com/lcd-removal-instructions_en,MacBook.shtml

Note in the last picture, they show the location of the inverter.

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