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Control voltage to back-light should come from the main board. The main board to your TV should be troubleshooted. Contact any service technician; or the authorized service center. This is not a user repairable work. Very skilled one; indeed. Electro help
What kind of 'nothing' happens? The camera is designed to be stealthy, so don't expect noises or lights. Slide the switch all the way from TEST to OFF. Then slide it from OFF to ON and close the cover. At this point you should see a red LED flashing just 8 times (to tell you it's working) - then nothing.
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Adjust the Brightness in Power settings or Press the little blue "Fn" button next to the left "Ctrl" button. Then while still holding down the blue "Fn" button, tap the left and right arrow keys accordingly to increase/decrease the brightness.
Per the user manual, the brightness is toggled by holding the Fn Key and pressing F10. You post made no reference to the Fn Key being pressed. If using an external keyboard press scroll lock twice then F10.