跳转到主内容

Apple announced the Retina MacBook 2015, model A1534, on March 9, 2015 to launch on April 10. It has a new unibody construction and includes an updated trackpad, keyboard, and Retina display.

131 个问题 查看全部

Black Screen - External monitor works

Hi all,

I have a MacBook 13 inch Retina from mid 2015 (MB PRO 13.3" RETINA 2.7 GHZ I5 - 256GB // 16GB ). My issues started slowly - after turning on the MacBook the screen stayed black. After a hard shutdown (power button for some seconds) and starting again, everything has been fine...

Some days later the screen stayed black again. Same procedure as before - everything worked again.

My problem is that the number of times that the screen stays black became more and more. Now, about 30 to 40 hard resets are needed to have a working screen.

If I light the screen from behind by a flashlight, I can see a picture.

External screens do work fine.

Do you have any idea, what could be the problem?

I did several SMC and PRAM resets - they didn't help.

I am really desperate - such an expensive machine just won't be useful anymore?!

Thanks for your support!

Martin

已回答! View the answer 我也有这个问题

这是一个好问题吗?

按维修分数 2
添加一条评论

Skip the upgrade.

Take $10 off $50 with
SKIPANDSAVE10

Save Now

Skip the upgrade.

Take $10 off $50 with
SKIPANDSAVE10

Save Now

5个回答

已选择的解决方案

Hi all,

I have been very lucky as the online shop where I bought the MacBook repaired it for free. They exchanged the display, the top case and the logic board. Now it's like new and works perfectly.

Thank you all for your help and advices!

Martin

这个答案有帮助吗?

按维修分数 0
添加一条评论
最有帮助的答案

Try to re-seat the display cable going to the logic board. Do you use it in a very dusty environment?

这个答案有帮助吗?

按维修分数 6

评论:

If reseating the cable doesn't work it sounds like it would be a new Display being that it is working on an external monitor.

Yes, unfortunately I think that would be the only option :(

Hi, thank you for the comments!

I have some update. When I hold a flashlight at the apple logo on the back of the display I can see video. This tells me that 'only' the backlight is a problem - not video itself.

I was told by a small repair studio that the backlight fuse is corrupt. Does anyone have an idea how to solve this issue? Are the costs for this almost the price for a new macbook?

Thanks,

Martin

Hi, reseating the display cable did not work. I don't use the macbook in a dusty environment.

Take pictures of near the LCD connector to see if it is burnt, do you have a multimeter?

显示更多的1条评论

添加一条评论

Try reconnecting the LCD cable from both the logic board side and the screen side (follow up to 8:25 here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLNUjeUL...). If this has happened with no cause, 90% of the time this will resolve your issue. Also, check the backlight cable screen side too, this may be disconnected (right next to LCD cable). Check the screen PCB for any liquid ingress.

Visually inspect the pins on the LCD cable and logic board LCD connector, to check for any melted plastic or burnt pins. Remove the logic board and check it for liquid damage, clean with 95%+ isopropyl if present.

If none of the above works, the logic board will be at fault and will need to be diagnosed. Can point you in the right direction if you have the tools and experience to microsolder, and have the required schematic and board view for your particular logic board. If you do not feel comfortable doing this, your best option would be to send it to a repair shop who have the tools and experience required to do this.

这个答案有帮助吗?

按维修分数 4

评论:

Hi all,

I have been very lucky as the online shop where I bought the MacBook repaired it for free. They exchanged the display, the top case and the logic board. Now it's like new and works perfectly.

Thank you all for your help and advices!

Martin

添加一条评论

THANK YOU SO MUCH.

I just re-seated the monitor cable at the logic board and the screen (After watching the youtube video on how to replace screen) and it worked immediately.

My Macbook has been sitting around for the last 2 years because it’s been out of warranty. I really cannot thank you enough.

这个答案有帮助吗?

按维修分数 0
添加一条评论

Block Image

Block Image

Block Image

I accidentally splashed water onto my MacBook Pro screen. The MacBook works fine on external display but the screen itself is dead. Black and no Apple logo. Upon dismantling my Macbook, I noticed that there’s a burnt (looks like short-circuited) mark near the pins of the display. (look at pics)


Can someone please let me know what that part is known as? It’s near the antenna module but I couldn’t find the specific name to the part.

Also, is there a replacement to this part or do I have to replace the whole screen?

Thanks in advance

这个答案有帮助吗?

按维修分数 0

评论:

Mine looks to be burnt in the same connector, did you find the answer?

添加一条评论

添加你的答案

martin.joos 将永远感激不已
浏览统计数据:

过去的24小时: 13

过去的7天: 127

过去的30天: 571

总计 14,120