Macbook Pro A1398

zviadiiiiiii

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 7, 2015
3
0
I have Macbook Pro Retina A1398 and have vertical lines over screen and can't see nothing. But If I connect LCD monior via HDMI I see clear desktop without any problem. So I think this is LCD or LCD cable issue but maybe anyone have eperiance about this. Thanks
 

Attachments

DeltaMac

macrumors G4
Jul 30, 2003
10,338
2,736
Delaware
I will guess that you are correct. It's an LCD screen, or the internal video cable. More likely, the screen.
Either way, take to Apple. If you are in warranty, or have AppleCare, Apple will sort it out for you.

If you are out of warranty, take it to Apple, or call AppleCare. They can fix it under their flat-rate repair program. Cost you around $300-350.
That fixed fee service can't be used to repair accidental damage or liquid spills. The repair center will fix failed items that would normally be under warranty, when you MBPro is no longer in warranty.
Your MBPro gets shipped to Apple's central repair depot. You get it back within a week.
All fixed. Whatever needs replacing, gets replaced - all for the same fee. It's a good deal for a major repair like you need.
 

iPad Retina

macrumors 6502a
Jan 6, 2013
757
59
Toronto
I will guess that you are correct. It's an LCD screen, or the internal video cable. More likely, the screen.
Either way, take to Apple. If you are in warranty, or have AppleCare, Apple will sort it out for you.

If you are out of warranty, take it to Apple, or call AppleCare. They can fix it under their flat-rate repair program. Cost you around $300-350.
That fixed fee service can't be used to repair accidental damage or liquid spills. The repair center will fix failed items that would normally be under warranty, when you MBPro is no longer in warranty.
Your MBPro gets shipped to Apple's central repair depot. You get it back within a week.
All fixed. Whatever needs replacing, gets replaced - all for the same fee. It's a good deal for a major repair like you need.
For a new display in Canada is $922.08. you have until February for the Graphics Card.
 

zviadiiiiiii

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 7, 2015
3
0
I will guess that you are correct. It's an LCD screen, or the internal video cable. More likely, the screen.
Either way, take to Apple. If you are in warranty, or have AppleCare, Apple will sort it out for you.

If you are out of warranty, take it to Apple, or call AppleCare. They can fix it under their flat-rate repair program. Cost you around $300-350.
That fixed fee service can't be used to repair accidental damage or liquid spills. The repair center will fix failed items that would normally be under warranty, when you MBPro is no longer in warranty.
Your MBPro gets shipped to Apple's central repair depot. You get it back within a week.
All fixed. Whatever needs replacing, gets replaced - all for the same fee. It's a good deal for a major repair like you need.
No I have no warranty. So I think I should check first cable connector and then LCD screen :(
 
Register on MacRumors! This sidebar will go away, and you'll see fewer ads.