No Backlight on LED screen

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  1. ngvuanh

    ngvuanh Notebook Deity

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    It's been long time checking this forum. Sorry for late answers.
    @jacobtc, the fuse is a little one with letter S on it. You can bridge it or remove and short 2 pads are which ever best for you.

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    Sorry, it could be late but I just want to give a reference
     

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    I followed the indications of this forum and I discovered the fuse of my laptop., I checked with the multimeter how the fuse had no electricity continuity... then I created an electric connection bridge with tin... then my laptop ( Sony Vaio Fit 13A multi-flip SVF13N1E4E ) lcd backlight was working again., references:
    Sony Vaio Fit 13
    Sony Vaio SVF13
    Sony Vaio SVF13A
    Sony Vaio SVF13N
    Sony Vaio Fit multi-flip
    Sony Vaio Fit 13A multi-flip SVF13N1E4E

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    Hi! O got a defective Vaio SVF142C29U, with a DA0HK8MB6E0 REV:E motherboard. The backlight fuse (f2, on the flipside of the lcd connector) is busted, so I bypassed it. But now the machine won't turn on anymore! The strange thing is that if I remove the bypass, the computer works again (without backlight). I've not short circuited any component arround the fuse, i double checked. Someone got an idea of what could be my problem? Thanks in advance.
     
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    I have the same mothorboard than you, but i make nothing. ¿Do you arrange your problem? ¿Can you say who is the correct fuse?

    i found the schematic of DA0HK8MB6E0, in case anyone can help us

    http://www.s-manuals.com/motherboard/quanta_hk9, in the page 17 we can found de LVDS
     
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    Hi! May be I have the same ultrabook, is your mobo MBX-281 model? I measure the fuse (with E-E mark) near the LVDS and was 40 ohms instead of 0omhs. How was yours? Could you fix it?
    Thanks!
     
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    Hello, i have a Vaio SVF1521, with a DA0HK8MB6E0 motherboard, i found the fuse and i fix it. The fuse is "F2" you can found it in the back of the motherboard. I Solder above the fuse with a copper wire and the backlight is back.
     
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