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原帖由: Juan Cabanela ,

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I have a followup question.  I spent most of the day today replacing the 25 1800 uF and 1000 uF capacitors on my mother's old A1058 iMac G5, trying to resurrect it.  6 of the capacitors had obviously bulging capacitors.

Before the replacement, LED 1 would light up, then LED 2 would briefly light and go out.  Now LED 2 lights up solid, but LED 3 doesn't light up.  I reset the SMU, still can't get LED 3 to light up.  Furthermore, the screen is most certainly not getting a signal.

I am fairly confident I reconnected the inverter properly (checked it twice), so I am curious what people would suggest I try next.  Do the LCD displays actually fail (maybe due to the blown capacitors) often, or is this more likely still a motherboard issue?  Any suggestions for what to try next would be appreciated.

P.S. - I do not have an external display adapter to test with at the moment (I am trying to see if I can borrow one).

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