MacBook Pro 15" (Models A1150/A1211) LCD Panel

$229.95

Product code: IF185-099

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MacBook Pro 15" (Models A1150/A1211) LCD Panel

$229.95

Product code: IF185-099

Product Overview

CCFL backlit LCD panel. Glossy and matte finish LCDs are interchangeable, you can install either type in your MacBook Pro 15", regardless of the original LCD panel type

Please use our ID your Mac page to ensure this is the correct LCD panel for your computer. This LCD is only compatible with MacBook Pro 15" laptops that are model A1150 or A1211 (printed on the bottom of the laptop).

Compatibility

Identify your Mac

  • 1.83, 2 or 2.16 GHz (Model A1150) 15" MacBook Pros
  • 2.16 or 2.33 GHz (Model A1211) 15" MacBook Pros

Product Details

  • Size: 15.4"
  • Resolution: 1440x900

$229.95 Glossy / New

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

Glossy finish screen. LCD is new and in excellent condition.

$199.95 Glossy / B-Stock

 
 
 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

Glossy finish screen. LCD is used and will have keyboard marks and/or other minor blemishes.

$229.95 Matte / New

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

Matte finish screen. LCD is new and in excellent condition.

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Replacement Guides

MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Model A1211

Difficulty: Very difficult

MacBook Pro 15" Core Duo Model A1150

Difficulty: Very difficult

 

Compatibility

MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Model A1211
2.16 GHz (Core 2 Duo)
2.33 GHz (Core 2 Duo)
MacBook Pro 15" Core Duo Model A1150
1.83 GHz (Core Duo)
2 GHz (Core Duo)
2.16 GHz (Core Duo)
 

Stories

My Problem

My daughter accidentally crushed an LCD dead zone into her 15" Macbook Pro. Oopsy.

My Fix

Swimmingly, except for a couple of wobbly bits. Specifically, one corner anchor of the screen bezel refused to screw down and the camera cable didn't reattach properly.

My Advice

Softening the glue with heat would have helped, and be crazy careful with that camera cable. Everything else was easy peasy and the replacement LCD looks great.

My Problem

The screen was broken due to a hard hit on the upper case lid.

My Fix

The repair went very well and it worked right a way.

My Advice

I just followed your DIY pictures and instructions online. Very good advice and easy to follow even though it is a difficult repair in general.

My Problem

Left laptop in cold car and screen went bad. Tried to just replace inverter thing, but that wasn't it. Had to do the big LCD replacement.

My Fix

SMOOOOOOTH! ifixit is great! Got the part(s), the tools and clear, well-written, well-depicted directions and fixed my Macbook. It was weirdly fun and gratifying.

My Advice

use ifixitcom to fix your tech-y stuff

My Problem

My daughter's laptop LCD display got broke because my other daughter decided to through the remote and hit and broke the screen.

My Fix

The repair went without a hitch. I took it nice and slow. The only problem I had was with the spudger and using it to separate the pieces.

My Advice

Get the spudger. It is good for keeping things separated and putting the connectors back on. Get a set of small screwdrivers and use one of the larger screwdrivers to do the separating of the screen and the LCD display.

My Problem

I drenched my old MBP with water, when I dropped a water bottle on it. I was getting it ready to ship to a buyer. After drying it out for three days, everything was fine except for the display.. It no longer functioned properly. I checked the inverter, it was fine, so determined it to be the display itself.

My Fix

The repair was straightforward because I went through your instructions several times before taking the display apart. I've made upgrades to the MBP several times (disk drive upgrade, replaced the cooling fans, airport upgrade, etc) so getting into it is old-hat. I had no problems with the display, was able to get the bezel off by doing exactly as your instructions said. I put everything back together and powered up - - - Beautiful! Better than I remember it looking new.

My Advice

1. Make sure you have the right tools

2. Review what you are going to do using the instructions / guides

3. Take your time and move slowly. You don't want to loose any screws.

4. Make note of how you took things apart and move backward through the instructions putting things back together again.

5. Make sure that you keep the screws sorted by instruction step. You will get to know which are which, but don't want to try to cross thread a screw that is the wrong one (messing up the threads - there is an old story there for another time).

 

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