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|MacBook Core 2 Duo|| |
|MacBook Core Duo|| |
April 18, 2012
It had begun to crack in a few spots.
The repair went very well. I did not need to remove the screen to install the bezel.
Be extra careful with the small clips that help hold the bezel. They are delicate. Pry gently and try to avoid damaging the clips. Use a small flat blade to help install the clips being very easy.
January 18, 2012
MacBook mid-2007 13" screen cracked when lid pushed too far back. Front display bezel showed signs of wear so decided to replace it at same time.
Parts came on time and safely packed. Printed out guide and followed it religiously. Bought very good small screwdriver set at Home Depot for about $10. Repair successful and fun.
To keep up with screws I used Scotch tape to tape each screw on picture in guide as I removed it. That technique made it very easy to return screws to right place when re-assembling. Recommend not snapping Front Display Bezel into place until everything else installed and screen working. Learned that the hard way. At first attempt I failed to firmly seat backlight cable into connector. So, no lighted screen and had to disassemble to properly seat connector. Wish I hadn't snapped bezel in place until everything working. However, mistake was mine not guide's or iFixIt's. Also, the pieces of yellow tape holding down various wires and ribbon cables were easy to remove put did not stick back down very well. Would like to see iFixIt offer small roll of this tape for purchase. I think it's called Kalon tape.
November 15, 2011
Because it was broken in half
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