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Macbook Mid 2010 (A1342) Fixed

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009 LCD Replacement

1 - 2 horas

Very difficult

Mi Problema

Here's a good one: I placed my 2010 Macbook (not a pro) on the top of a car so I could stop for a while and talk to someone. When we were done talking, I got in the car and drove off. I later found the laptop on the side of the road, beaten up but still booting somehow. I'm pretty sure it was hit by a car or two before I got to it.

Mi Solucion

I didn't use any of the recommended tools, just items that I already had (a knife, and one of those cheap "precision" screwdriver kits). The entire fix took maybe an hour, but I intentionally worked slowly. Since this isn't a Pro, I didn't have to worry about the glass, since there isn't any.

Mi Consejo

The cable that the lcd plugs into is a bit hard to get into place. Also, make sure you put all the screws all the way back in, otherwise the plastic around the screen might stick up a bit and prevent the macbook from closing properly.

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody LCD Panel


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