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Should I replace the whole display assembly or just the LCD panel?

So I accidentaly had my Macbook Pro screen cracked, The area around the crack got blackened out, along with tears both horizontally and vertically towards it:

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The only LCD panel is considerably cheaper than the whole assembly but does not include backlight, which I don't know if it too got damaged or not. Please help me find out which one I need to buy and replace: the whole display assembly or only the LCD screen. Many thanks.

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Review this IFIXIT guide: MacBook Pro Retina Display Teardown. While this is for the 15" the 13" is no different.

Frankly, I think its just wiser to replace the whole lid assembly if you've not done this before. As you can see even the IFIXIT team damaged the display in the process.

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