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MONITOR BLACK, REPLACED AND NOW WHEN I PLUG IN RIBBON CABLE UNIT IMMEDIATELY SHUTS DOWN
There should be two cables to plug in to the main board. One is a larger multi-pin plug which is the data cable to the display electronics. The other should be a 2- or maybe 3-pin plug which is power to the inverter which provides backlight power.
It's possible the replacement display you used is defective in some way or is not the right one for your laptop. If the data cable is wired differently from your original that might cause the trouble. Or the inverter board in the replacement may be bad and is drawing too much power and causing the shutdown.
In either case the display certainly seems to be the problem. I would suggest contacting whoever sold you the replacement about this and ask for an exchange.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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