My laptop suffered a blown fuse and the backlight no longer works.
It's a common problem for my make/model and I'm piecing together the information to attempt a repair.
The fuse is the "Littelfuse" variety, 1206 32V 3A and shows no continuity.
As I don't really have professional equipment, aside from bridging the fuse with some solder, I'm thinking I might stack a replacement right on top and "replace" it that way.
Any advice or thoughts oh how this repair could most expediently be effected are most appreciated.
Edit: I caused the fuse to blow by not removing the battery while replacing the lcd. Stupid to think the power button was enough! A mistake I won't make again!