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Macbook Pro Hard drive up grade, now keyboard and lcd screen not working


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I swapped hard drives in my macbook pro, followed all directions, used the right tools, connected back all the plugs and wires and screws, push the power button and:

everything boots except for the keyboard lights and lcd screen.

Can not eject install dvd. Push eject button and nothing responds, push C button to boot from dvd drive and again, nothing.

Now what? Apple care?
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