Black screen but everything else works.
I bought a second hand macbook, still under warranty, apparently the last owner spilled some liquid on the equipment, causing a problem with the screen. Apple only accepts to do the repair if they change all the parts (Logic board, connector, screen), for me it's not feasible.
I can use the macbook with an external monitor without noticing problems, IO, camera, microphone, charging, keyboard, touch ID, everything works except the monitor.
Is it a good idea to buy the screen and repair only this part myself or is there a high chance the problem is in the logic board?
Image on monitor (looks like an x-ray)
Image on external vs internal screen.
Support Apple images:
No damage to monitor connectors.
A cable deformity.
Updating with the solution to the problem. In my case the solution was to change the screen for an original apple one.
1- Carefully read the information on this page. https://support.apple.com/self-service-r...
2- Buy the screen and angle sensor from this site indicated by apple, yes you need to change both. https://selfservicerepair.com/home
3- It is mandatory to contact apple so that they can calibrate the colors of the screen and the angle sensor.