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Major Problem Lcd Backlight

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I hope someone can help me.

I have had my iBook Snow 14.1" display for around 2 years now, and suddenly the display is being weird. When you open it, the backlight will go out once its about 40 degrees from the closed position. Also If it does happen to stay on, any jarring will cause it to go black. However I know its the backlight becasue if the light hits it right you can still see the screen. So for now I am using my TV for a monitor (not good).

If the backlights come on ititially but then go out, could it be a loose connection or something? I have taken very good care of it and its never been dropped.

HELP ME!!!!!

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