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I’d suggest diagnosing the problem before you repairattempt repairing it.
I’d suggest diagnosing the problem before you repairattempt repairing it.
 
Hook it up to an external monitor and see if it goes black when your LCD does. This will tell us if it is a GPU issue.
 
Next when the screen goes black, hold at flashlight at an angle and let us know if you still see the desktop dimly.
 
This sounds like a cable issue to me (because it clears up when you move the display).
 
Reseat the LDVS cable as seen in step #9 of this guide:
 
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Unibody+Model+A1342+Display+Data-Camera+Cable+Replacement/3001[guide|3001]
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Unibody+Model+A1342+Display+Data-Camera+Cable+Replacement/3001[guide|3001]

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I’d suggest diagnosing the problem before you repair it.
 
Hook it up to an external monitor and see if it goes black when your LCD does. This will tell us if it is a GPU issue.
 
Next when the screen goes black, hold at flashlight at an angle and let us know if you still see the desktop dimly.
 
This sounds like a cable issue to me (because it clears up when you move the display).
 
Reseat the LDVS cable as seen in step #9 of this guide:
 
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Unibody+Model+A1342+Display+Data-Camera+Cable+Replacement/3001

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I’d suggest diagnosing the problem before you repair it.

Hook it up to an external monitor and see if it goes black when your LCD does.  This will tell us if it is a GPU issue.

Next when the screen goes black, hold at flashlight at an angle and let us know if you still see the desktop dimly.

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