|Mar 29, 2013, 10:09 AM||#1|
Macbook Air 2009 Problem
Hello, I've got a Macbook air that's been having an issue for quite a while now and can't figure out what it is.. There's a part of the screen that works perfectly fine and other parts of the screen which are coloured... well, not normal. The screen doesn't have a problem as I replaced it with a new one and there was still the same issue. my second guess was the motherboard HOWEVER when I connected it to an external monitor everything worked perfectly fine. I don't know what else it can be so if anyone has a clue, please help out! thanks a bunch
|Apr 2, 2013, 03:51 AM||#2|
^^^ What a helpful reply!
(Mid 2012) 15'' Retina Display Macbook Pro | 16GB RAM;
(Mid 2012) 13'' Macbook Air | 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD;
iPad Mini | Black 16GB;
iPhone 6 | Space Gray 64GB VZW
|Apr 13, 2013, 06:42 AM||#4|
Hello and thank you for the reply, would you like a photo of the opened up laptop? Also - could you please tell me how much this ribbon roughly costs? I wouldn't assume it to be expensive, however I am not too experienced at working with Apple products so would you reckon that I could replace it myself or is it too delicate to handle? Thanks and sorry for the late reply!
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