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The problem is the source of the part! Amazon, eBay, Craigs List are not the best places to buy parts as many are rejects or intercepted before being programed. I avoid buying displays from these sites as you often can’t get your money back or the seller disappears!
So your only option is going to Apple to get a known pedigree of the part (from Apple) or go to a someone who recovers parts from recycled systems. Newer systems like yours can be tough as the there are just not that many being recycled.
Your in luck! iFixit has the part! [product|IF123-181] Give them a call and ask your question to them directly. I use iFixit for parts and have had a good experience!
-For reference here’s another site I go often go to [link|https://www.thebookyard.com/parts-retina-macbook-pro-13.php?cPath=39_367_695&sort=2a&filter_id=14|TheBookYard - 13” MacBook Pro Retina Early 2019, 2 Thunderbolt] as you can see they just don’t have any available right now.
+For reference here’s another site I also go to [link|https://www.thebookyard.com/parts-retina-macbook-pro-13.php?cPath=39_367_695&sort=2a&filter_id=14|TheBookYard - 13” MacBook Pro Retina Early 2019, 2 Thunderbolt] as you can see they just don’t have any available right now.

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-The problem is the source of the part! Amazon, eBay, Craigs List are not the best places to buy parts as many or rejects or intercepted before being programed. I avoid buying displays from these sites as you often can’t get your money back or the seller disappears!
+The problem is the source of the part! Amazon, eBay, Craigs List are not the best places to buy parts as many are rejects or intercepted before being programed. I avoid buying displays from these sites as you often can’t get your money back or the seller disappears!
So your only option is going to Apple to get a known pedigree of the part (from Apple) or go to a someone who recovers parts from recycled systems. Newer systems like yours can be tough as the there are just not that many being recycled.
Your in luck! iFixit has the part! [product|IF123-181] Give them a call and ask your question to them directly. I use iFixit for parts and have had a good experience!
-For reference here’s another site I go often go to [https://www.thebookyard.com/parts-retina-macbook-pro-13.php?cPath=39_367_695&sort=2a&filter_id=14|TheBookYard - 13” MacBook Pro Retina Early 2019, 2 Thunderbolt] as you can see they just don’t have any available right now.
+For reference here’s another site I go often go to [link|https://www.thebookyard.com/parts-retina-macbook-pro-13.php?cPath=39_367_695&sort=2a&filter_id=14|TheBookYard - 13” MacBook Pro Retina Early 2019, 2 Thunderbolt] as you can see they just don’t have any available right now.

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The problem is the source of the part! Amazon, eBay, Craigs List are not the best places to buy parts as many or rejects or intercepted before being programed. I avoid buying displays from these sites as you often can’t get your money back or the seller disappears!

So your only option is going to Apple to get a known pedigree of the part (from Apple) or go to a someone who recovers parts from recycled systems. Newer systems like yours can be tough as the there are just not that many being recycled.

Your in luck! iFixit has the part! [product|IF123-181] Give them a call and ask your question to them directly. I use iFixit for parts and have had a good experience!

For reference here’s another site I go often go to [https://www.thebookyard.com/parts-retina-macbook-pro-13.php?cPath=39_367_695&sort=2a&filter_id=14|TheBookYard - 13” MacBook Pro Retina Early 2019, 2 Thunderbolt] as you can see they just don’t have any available right now.

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