MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Early 2015) Display Assembly

  • MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Early 2015) Display Assembly
  • MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Early 2015) Display Assembly
MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Early 2015) Display Assembly

Our used options may have as many as three (3) dead pixels, per industry standard and may have cosmetic blemishes to varying degrees. Also, some parts may have outer housing that have been refurbished to remove dents and/or scratches. These refurbished parts may have a slightly different finish than an original part. The parts are fully functional.

$429.99

$429.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

Replace a damaged or dead pixel infested display assembly.

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Repair Stories

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Ruben Castillo's Story Photo #1010784
Ruben Castillo's Story Photo #1010774

My Problem

The side of the screen was broke.

My Fix

It was very simple! I wished I had done it sooner!

My Advice

Went all over the place to check repair costs that was way to much and expected to take a few days to a week.. finally decided to do it myself and went very smoothly. Took about a hour to complete.

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chicjhlee's Story Photo #1015457

My Problem

My display was broken.

My Fix

Just follow the instruction on ifixit.com step by step.

My Advice

Now it good

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My Problem

I dropped the laptop on the bottom left corner of the screen and it bend inward about 1 mm. This caused a 1 cm black vertical bar on the left side of the screen, hiding the apple in the menu bar.

My Fix

Everything went well once I purchased the 64 bit kit. I missed step 11 in the guide (missed in the scroll . . .

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My Problem

I dropped my laptop and damaged the screen.

My Fix

I followed the directions and it worked.

My Advice

WRT following instructions: Read, re-read, understand, then act.

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My Problem

The display was cracked and had to be repaired

My Fix

The repair went really well, the instructions made the repair process really easy.

My Advice

I would encourage future customers to buy recommended tools needed for the repairs

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My Problem

Son put a piece of candy on the keyboard and closed the lid that shattered the display.

My Fix

Swapping the display assembly is super easy, if you have the right tools.

My Advice

You NEED a PL4 (not PL5), T5, and T8 driver. I prefer German tools: WIHA makes a Pentalobe set (26794), (as well as Torx (26790 ), and any o . . .

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My Problem

Cracked the LED (behind the front glass)

My Fix

Went well. A little frustrating when one of the screw heads spun off. A little scary tinkering around in there. But it worked out.

My Advice

A second pair of hands helps for the step of taking the old display off and putting the new one on.

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My Problem

My original screen was hit and got cracked, half the display was unusuable

My Fix

Just as per the instructions, it was relatively straightfoward.

My Advice

Moving the hinges on the replacement was difficult, be careful and use a pair of pliers to get them into the right angle for connecting. The cables for the wirele . . .

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My Problem

I had a broken screen.

My Fix

No problems — I followed the repair guide.

My Advice

Repair guide was right on.

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My Problem

Cracked screen

My Fix

Ordered the part through iFixit, and installed it according to the guide. Everything went very smooth.

My Advice

Great service

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