Sorry, your 2015 MacBook is out of warranty! It’s only $750 to fix it or…you can buy a new one! That’s a “genius” idea! Pun intended. But what if the device is not dead? What if it’s just a FUSE causing a faulty backlight? That’s right. Computers, cell phones, and tablets have fuses just like your average microwave. And not just one, but as many as 3 or 4 fuses, all responsible for different functions on the device. In the case of this MacBook, the fuse actually failed to do its job…burn…and that caused a small circuit on the logic board called LED Driver that is responsible for the backlight which burned. It’s not exactly a DIY repair, but it’s definitely repairable, and it’s not $750, and you don’t have to buy another MacBook.