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When can I find a LCD panel part for MBA mid 2011

Is there a replacement part for MBA 13" mid 2011 LCD panel?

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Apple considers this as one part the display unit. If you can tell us what's wrong we may have some repair alternatives.

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The display module part number is different actually. 661-6056 is the new part number.

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I'm pretty sure that the new mid 2011 LCD panel is the same as the late 2010 MBAs:

http://www.dvwarehouse.com/Apple-LCD-Dis...

Please someone correct me if I am wrong

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I found those 2 chinese stores that sells the lcd or the full assembly:

The first is advanced-mark.com: sales@advanced-mark.com

They have the LCD only for about 180USD and the full top assembly for about 400USD (They send me the photos I've attached)

The second store is fg-hk.com: Nicky@fg-hk.com

Like the first they have assembly (330USD) or lcd only (140USD)

I am now waiting for the final offer for the second shop and then I'll order it, When the product arrive I will update this answer.

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I ordered the replacement from jade@fg-hk.com the service was very good. They gave me also a pentalobe screwdriver and some screws for free. I asked for photos and for returning policy and they supported me in all.

They shipped on Friday and the replacement arrived on Tuesday (China to Italy). The assembly (I ordered the full assembly as I broke the bezier on the back of the LCD while trying to replace only the screen) looked like the original and the installation was really easy (Don't follow the full guide on ifix it, you don't need to remove the motherboard, you only need to disconnect airport and magsafe board and you can the unwire the airport antennas cables by removing only one screw from the motherboard).

After some time I ended up in a full working macbook identical to the original.

I paid the full assembly 370USD with shipping (the piece was 320USD), while the lcd screen was 140 USD.

Hope it helps.

Here are some pictures of the final work

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