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That LCD display does not use LEDs, it uses a CCFL - florescent tube for backlighting and you can't really tell if the tube is gone, or if the inverter driving the tube is gone. For this reason, they are often both replaced at the same time. Parts typically cost $50 to $150, depending on size and availability and labor is typically 1 hour, 2 at the max.
What would be your guess,the LED or the inverter?
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