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Hi @akeyes ,
 
When the screen is black, is there still are display visible if you shine a torch at an angle close to the screen? I’m not quite sure from your question if there is or not.
 
If there is then there is a screen backlight problem.
 
Cold contracts, heat expands.
 
if the screen backlight fails in the cold in may be a backlight power supply problem on the motherboard, (faulty soldered connection perhaps), a display flex cable connection problem either at the motherboard end or at the screen end or in the screen itself
if the screen backlight fails in the cold in may be a backlight power supply problem on the motherboard, (faulty soldered connection perhaps), a display flex cable connection problem either at the motherboard end or at the screen end or in the screen itself
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|90298] guide, which may be of some help in checking the motherboard and flex cable motherboard connection for any obvious problems.
 
As a DIY repair you may have to install a new display to determine where the problem is, either in the display or back in the motherboard.

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Hi @akeyes ,
 
When the screen is black, is there still are display visible if you shine a torch at an angle close to the screen? I’m not quite sure from your question if there is or not.
 
If there is then there is a screen backlight problem.
 
Cold contracts, heat expands.
 
if the screen backlight fails in the cold in may be a backlight power supply problem on the motherboard, (faulty soldered connection perhaps), a display flex cable connection problem either at the motherboard end or at the screen end or in the screen itself
if the screen backlight fails in the cold in may be a backlight power supply problem on the motherboard, (faulty soldered connection perhaps), a display flex cable connection problem either at the motherboard end or at the screen end or in the screen itself
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|90298] guide, which may be of some help in checking the motherboard and flex cable motherboard connection for any obvious problems.
 
As a DIY repair you may have to install a new display to determine where the problem is, either in the display or back in the motherboard.

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Bewerkt door: jayeff ,

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Hi @akeyes ,
 
When the screen is black, is there still are display visible if you shine a torch at an angle close to the screen? I’m not quite sure from your question if there is or not.
 
If there is then there is a screen backlight problem.
 
Cold contracts, heat expands.
 
if the screen backlight fails in the cold in may be a backlight power supply problem on the motherboard, a display flex cable connection problem either at the motherboard end or at the screen end or in the screen itself
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|90298] guide, which may be of some help in checking the motherboard and flex cable motherboard connection for any obvious problems.
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|90298] guide, which may be of some help in checking the motherboard and flex cable motherboard connection for any obvious problems.
 
As a DIY repair you may have to install a new display to determine where the problem is, either in the display or back in the motherboard.

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Hi @akeyes ,

When the screen is black, is there still are display visible if you shine a torch at an angle close to the screen? I’m not quite sure from your question if there is or not.

If there is then there is a screen backlight problem.

Cold contracts, heat expands.

if the screen backlight fails in the cold in may be a backlight power supply problem on the motherboard, a display flex cable connection problem either at the motherboard end or at the screen end or in the screen itself

Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|90298] guide, which may be of some help in checking the motherboard and flex cable for any obvious problems.

As a DIY repair you may have to install a new display to determine where the problem is, either in the display or back in the motherboard.

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