I'll admit, I did that when the machine was turned on, so I guess some resistor or some little fuse died. Now here's the question - has anybody encountered an issue like that and can say what and where do I have to replace to get the keyboard backlight back? What I did wasn't very smart but I don't want to spend whole day trying to diagnose what broke and how can I fix it. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
For now, after I checked the schematics, it looks like the 220R 5% 1/16W resistor on "ledpwr" line is bust, but for now it's just a guess.
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