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Versión actual por: Amber Taus ,

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Well … It could be a TAB error
 
Unlike the older 2015 MacBook Pro’s which routed the display cable through a hollow hinge, the 2016 and newer MacBook Pro’s use a split design moving the T-CON logic from within the lid to the main case area. This then requires the column and row lines to pass between the lid and the upper case as you can see here
 
[image|2298698] Photo credit: @just1ed www.macplus.sg
[image|2298698] Photo credit: @just1ed www.macplus.sg
 
So what likely happened is you banged the clutch cover which protects the cables. a few of the lines got damaged. A TAB error tends to be one color as one of the columns of a given color is effected. Here you appear to have seven to eight connections effected which I’m thinking the ribbons got damaged.

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Aporte original por: Dan ,

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Well … It could be a TAB error

Unlike the older 2015 MacBook Pro’s which routed the display cable through a hollow hinge, the 2016 and newer MacBook Pro’s  use a split design moving the T-CON logic from within the lid to the main case area. This then requires the column and row lines to pass between the lid and the upper case as you can see here

[image|2298698]

So what likely happened is you banged the clutch cover which protects the cables. a few of the lines got damaged. A TAB error tends to be one color as one of the columns of a given color is effected. Here you appear to have seven to eight connections effected which I’m thinking the ribbons got damaged.

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open