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How to remove and repair the display?

I have a dent on the corner of my screen and had a dent on the same side of the casing. this id the side of the hard drive. I took the hard drive out end was able to take the dent out of the casing.

The screen is a other thing. its much to delicate. So i want to take it apart and do the same with the casing of the screen.

How to remove and repair the display?

Thanks!

Sybe Boomsma. Amsterdam the Netherlands

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My model is the A1286. I am assuming the screen is the same as on the model A1278. please correct me if i'm wrong.

If i'm wright, than the link i received answers my question. thank you wherry much rj713. If i'm not, than please send me a different link.

thank you mayer an rj713, for answering my questions so far.

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please tell us exactly which unibody you have.

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Please follow the ID Your Mac guide to identify exactly which MacBook Pro 15" Unibody you have.

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His model number, A1286, corresponds with a 15" MacBook Pro Unibody, so I updated the link to reflect the model number.

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