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How do I replace the LCD Screen Rubber Bezel Ring?

I’ve damaged the LCD displays rubber bezel ring.

I have just recently bought a replacement part on eBay. I’ve asked the seller on how to properly replace the piece, but they are not willing to.

Can someone possibly explain how I would do this? I’m not completely tech savvy when it comes to computer internals.

The Retina Display Teardown MacBook Pro Retina Display Teardown gives a pretty good explanation that could be helpful.

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The only trick I have is using a little and I do mean little! dish soap (I use the foam type) coating the rubber and then carefully placing the rubber gasket where it sits and then I use a plastic Halberd Spudger to press the gasket in. Being careful not to stretch it as I go. Ideally start the the top middle doing each side so the large tab ends up sitting properly at the bottom.

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Would this be after disassembling the Monitor?

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@mattdido The gasket is the last step after replacing the LCD if that is what you did.

The best way to understand what's done is watch this YouTube vid jumping to Step 3 Replacing a Window Screen 5-Steps See how the gasket is being pressed into the gap. Thats what we are doing here! You can't use a roller as the gasket will get stretched out. Go slowly and make sure the ends land property.

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My Screen is completely fine, it is just the Rubber ring. So I haven't replaced anything.

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@mattdido - Can you post a few pic's on what the damage is Agregar imágenes a una pregunta existente

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It is NOT POSSIBLE to disassemble the screen without destroying it for this model.

You need to somehow try to pull the rubber ring out and squeeze the new one in through the gap.

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Here is a video of someone replacing the rubber gasket, without doing an entire LCD removal: Change Screen Rubber Mac Book Pro Retina, Frame Ring screen, Rubber - YouTube

So it is doable, but if anyone has successfully completed this process and has any tips or tricks that would be greatly appreciated.

Also does anybody know what tool is being used in the video to push the rubber gasket into place along the edges of the screen?

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I use a Spudger to push the old gasket out as I pull on it the tech in your vid is using VDM meter probe. I don't recommend metal as you can chip the displays edge. I also use some isopropyl alcohol to clean the edge being careful not to over do it as I don't want it leaking below if I'm just replacing the gasket alone. Often times I tell people to leave it alone as it is a pain to replace and the part is getting hard to find.

Putting in a replacement (or reusing the old one if taken out cleanly) I use some foam dish soap to help lube the gasket and I use a Halberd Spudger using the back of the hook end. One of the hard parts is not stretching it so you have too much at the bottom or if you start at the bottom too much at the top!

Its a long of delicate time consuming work! Unless you have the gasket and you had replaced the panel alone I wouldn't recommend doing it. As long as you have a good portion of gasket still present I would leave it alone

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