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Borrowing an external monitor would quickly verify that the rest of the system is working but if you turn the power on an look at the screen from a shallow angle, you should be able to see some 'ghost' images during the boot period. If you try either one, and the unit seems to kick off right, then you probably have a failed back-light or the inverter for it. Neither one is an expensive part but you will not be happy once the quoted cost includes labor. This is only conditionally a DIY task since it does require some good motor control (delicate fluorescent tube) and perhaps a quality soldering iron.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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