Lemme just drop a note of caution here. Ti-Book screens are nothing short of a bitch to work on. they are EPOXY'd together. yes, glued. you will spend the majority of a repair of this type getting the display apart, and then figuring how to reshape the metal shims back into place. Here's to hoping that the problem is indeed the wiring, and not the LCD panel.
I dare say that this is the least fun a person can possibly have, short of working on 12" powerbooks.
Electricity tastes good. No, seriously.
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