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How should I market each part and component for this model mac?

'''Seeking to take apart my new MacBook Pro mid 2015 Intel i7 15.4" 512Gb Samsung PCIE, 2Gb GPU , 16Gb DDR3 Ram, the MacBook needs a new display assembly, Apple did not cover the defected LCD and wanted over $1,200 to fix, instead I decided to help people seeking parts from this same model as well as not loose money. How should I price these parts and components, when I cannot find anyone selling the same model and OEM parts?

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You can replace that display for at a much better price here: http://www.powerbookmedic.com/MacBook-Pr...

What explanation did Apple give for not covering it? Maybe we can help.

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This defect in the LCD was not covered or held apple Inc responsible for the replacement, even know I never Dropped or damaged the new mid 2015 MacBook Pro 15.4" i7, The Apple geniuses went over a chart on how much it would cost to fix which was well over 1,200 USD, I didn't agree with Apple Therefore no longer looking to purchase any of Apple devices, thank you for the link that gives me A great price reference on how to sell him the components and the price range to sell the components, I am not looking to sell The MacBook as is, I would rather help individuals seeking these rare components, pricing mine then other online websites which so the components for this particular model.

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Take pictures of machine running and showing the defect before tearing it down. This really helps to sell parts as people then know the part actually works and why you are selling them. To many times people on eBay get a machine that is not working, sell the parts not knowing if they are good or not and "let the buyer beware", Caveat emptor! Then the buyer spends his time testing out the parts.

This happened to me yesterday on a high end video card, After I spent two and hours installing, installing and testing the card was bad. Called the seller and he says it must have been damaged in shipping. He'll refund my money and doesn't want the card back ( I've told him I'm an expert). But what about my 2.5 hours of wasted time and frustration? He lied when he said the part was tested and thus stole my time and energy. Now I have to go through it all again with a another card. He expects a good review because he promptly sent my money back!

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