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Firstly, don't change stuff without taking readings beforehand, you will likely just be wasting your time.
 
Measure the side of the capacitor I have pointed to in your picture, and tell me the voltage. If you are not getting a voltage at all, check for a short to ground. This is for the backlight voltage. The LCD connector looks slightly melted above this capacitor (might just be the picture), check the cable to make sure the pins are not bent, and there is no missing plastic. Shine a light inside the LCD connector too, if it looks a bit melted/burnt, the connector is shorted and will need to be replaced.
 
The chip with the cracked casing nearly always cracks, it is for ethernet and will be fine. Let me know how this goes.
 
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Firstly, don't change stuff without taking readings beforehand, you will likely just be wasting your time.

Measure the side of the capacitor I have pointed to in your picture, and tell me the voltage. If you are not getting a voltage at all, check for a short to ground. This is for the backlight voltage. The LCD connector looks slightly melted above this capacitor (might just be the picture), check the cable to make sure the pins are not bent, and there is no missing plastic. Shine a light inside the LCD connector too, if it looks a bit melted/burnt, the connector is shorted and will need to be replaced.

The chip with the cracked casing nearly always cracks, it is for ethernet and will be fine. Let me know how this goes.

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