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Backlight problems on 23" widescreen apple lcd

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My Apple monitor has started going a little bit dark and the standby light does two quick flashes then one continuous one. After a bit of research this seems to be quite a common fault with them once they start getting on.

 

 

Now these bad boys are still the thick end of £500 notes and thats for the older ones so I'm looking for cheaper alternatives, any rate found this:

 

http://item.express.ebay.com/Computers-Net...cmdZExpressItem

 

If I can find some where cheap to fit these I'm laughing but I'm tempted to have a go at the DIY job it links too. :blink:

 

Any ideas where would do this sort of work as I know the apple people will take my eyes out.

 

 

TIA

 

P.S My monitor is the one on the right of the e-bay item

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I could only see a bit of the thread title and with the topic being started by yourself Wacky. Imagine my shock horror when I saw the title "Backlight problems on 23" widescreen" and to my horror it not being about your wife's arse.

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I could only see a bit of the thread title and with the topic being started by yourself Wacky. Imagine my shock horror when I saw the title "Backlight problems on 23" widescreen" and to my horror it not being about your wife's arse.

 

:blink::razz:

 

His lass has had backlight problems ever since he introduced me to her! She's that loose back there that she has to change her kecks 3 times a day cos shit just plops out willy-nilly it's that stretched!!

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My Apple monitor has started going a little bit dark and the standby light does two quick flashes then one continuous one. After a bit of research this seems to be quite a common fault with them once they start getting on.

 

 

Now these bad boys are still the thick end of £500 notes and thats for the older ones so I'm looking for cheaper alternatives, any rate found this:

 

http://item.express.ebay.com/Computers-Net...cmdZExpressItem

 

If I can find some where cheap to fit these I'm laughing but I'm tempted to have a go at the DIY job it links too. :blink:

 

Any ideas where would do this sort of work as I know the apple people will take my eyes out.

 

 

TIA

 

P.S My monitor is the one on the right of the e-bay item

 

Just have a go yourself. As long as the link has detailed instructions, you should be fine.

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