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Versão atual de: Dan ,

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I doubt it will be this easy.
 
To save another 1/10 inch of thickness, Apple choose to put the LCD TCON board in the bottom and run the LCD row flex cables over the hinge, Running a flex cable, instead of just round cables through require a spring loaded reel mechanism to reel the cables in and out. If the reel is stuck or slow, the cables are pulled or wrinkled up, potentially causing damage. Only the display eDP cable (internal DisplayPort (iDP)- iDP) is a socket connection, the rest is directly soldered together.
To save another 1/10 inch of thickness, Apple choose to put the LCD TCON board in the bottom and run the LCD row flex cables over the hinge, Running a flex cable, instead of just round cables through require a spring loaded reel mechanism to reel the cables in and out. If the reel is stuck or slow, the cables are pulled or wrinkled up, potentially causing damage. Only the display eDP cable (internal DisplayPort (iDP)- iDP) is a socket connection, the rest is directly soldered together.
 
The eDP cable from the motherboard to the TCON board is just over the CPU heatsink, there are additional cables that are socked to the TCON board and run in to the display, these are likely just backlight and are not relevant, however they can be line select cables that may have something to do with the glitch.
 
If it is flex cable damage, you may need to replace the whole upper section with hinge and TCON board as there is no way to get to the screen end of the flex cables.

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Editado por: Dan ,

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I doubt it will be this easy.
 
To save another 1/10 inch of thickness, Apple choose to put the LCD TCON board in the bottom and run the LCD row flex cables over the hinge, Running a flex cable, instead of just round cables through require a spring loaded reel mechanism to reel the cables in and out. If the reel is stuck or slow, the cables are pulled or wrinkled up, potentially causing damage. Only the display LVDSeDP cable (internal DisplayPort (iDP)) is a socket connection, the rest is directly soldered together.
To save another 1/10 inch of thickness, Apple choose to put the LCD TCON board in the bottom and run the LCD row flex cables over the hinge, Running a flex cable, instead of just round cables through require a spring loaded reel mechanism to reel the cables in and out. If the reel is stuck or slow, the cables are pulled or wrinkled up, potentially causing damage. Only the display LVDSeDP cable (internal DisplayPort (iDP)) is a socket connection, the rest is directly soldered together.
 
The LVDSeDP cable from the motherboard to the TCON board is just over the CPU heatsink, there are additional cables that are socked to the TCON board and run in to the display, these are likely just backlight and are not relevant, however they can be line select cables that may have something to do with the glitch.
The LVDSeDP cable from the motherboard to the TCON board is just over the CPU heatsink, there are additional cables that are socked to the TCON board and run in to the display, these are likely just backlight and are not relevant, however they can be line select cables that may have something to do with the glitch.
 
If it is flex cable damage, you may need to replace the whole upper section with hinge and TCON board as there is no way to get to the screen end of the flex cables.

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Mensagem original de: Tom Chai ,

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I doubt it will be this easy.

To save another 1/10 inch of thickness, Apple choose to put the LCD TCON board in the bottom and run the LCD row flex cables over the hinge, Running a flex cable, instead of just round cables through require a spring loaded reel mechanism to reel the cables in and out. If the reel is stuck or slow, the cables are pulled or wrinkled up, potentially causing damage. Only the display LVDS cable is a socket connection, the rest is directly soldered together.

The LVDS cable from the motherboard to the TCON board is just over the CPU heatsink, there are additional cables that are socked to the TCON board and run in to the display, these are likely just backlight and are not relevant, however they can be line select cables that may have something to do with the glitch.

If it is flex cable damage, you may need to replace the whole upper section with hinge and TCON board as there is no way to get to the screen end of the flex cables.

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