Broken Display Support Frame in Housing
The Laptop fell down. Now the Unibody display housing is partly detached (I guess it can be glued back again). However I can see that the "support frame", on which the housing is actually glued on, is broken on both sides approximately 1cm from the bottom (Its the grey shaded metal thingy a little farther outside than the LCD itself, that one can see in all the manuals about display repairs). This already lead to the braking of the front glass, since the display lacks stability now. The LCD itself is fine though.
Did anyone experience this before. Will a simple glueing of the unibody cover back onto the support frame supply enough stability?
If I plan to weld the frame to the unibody for better stability is there anything I have to take care of (cables inside etc.)?
If I buy a new display housing, does it come with the mentioned support frame?
I found different display housings for the type A1286. Not all are labelled compatible with the serial number mb470ll/a and the ones that are are out of stock. Is that actually important or does a 2011 housing fit for my late 2008 parts?
Best regards and thanks in advance
Is this a good question?