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iMac Display Problem Loose Tiny Socket

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Uploaded on Dec 4, 2012

shows problem with 27" 2010 -era iMac displays. the exact problem with the LG display unit was identified by KAOS on the apple discussion site. Big thanks to KAOS. there is a very simple loose plug underneath, at this exact position. many have suffered this problem. some people had to pay $1000+ to replace the WHOLE DISPLAY which is a shame. the socket/plug is VERY SNALL so it is difficult to repair. KAOS was able to actually solder the wires, completely fixing the problem. hopefully some people will be able to merely tap on the connection to fix it. search to discussions apple come for the 27" display problem, discussion, search on KAOS post for full discussion. in this video when the display looks very bright, that is the correct brightness of the display. when it looks dim, that is the "well-known iMac problem with the left side of the display"

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