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iMac - screen fade out on 17" iMac G4

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I've got an iMac G4 17" flat panel with screen fade out, the mac boots up OK and if I plug in a VGA cable and attach a PC screen I can use the mac, but the main screen goes grey at boot up and then fades away, I've tried a new inverter but that hasn't cured it, the logic board is also brand new, any advice would be of help.
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