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The design mimics the older 2019 15” model. Here’s that guide for it which will help you: [guide|122939]
 
As for the needed tool for these tiny screws. Yes its a P2
 
Here’s one source for the needed display assembly: [https://www.thebookyard.com/?cPath=39_719&sort=2a&filter_id=14|2020 16” MacBook Pro displays]
 
Sorry to hear your display got damaged by chance did you get AppleCare+ service contract? If you did Apple will offer a reduced price for the part and not charge for the labor.
 
=== Update (04/28/2020) ===
The damage you see is from what was spilled which rolled over the back edge of the uppercase, or through the gaps at the ends of the Touch Bar. Most likely the bulk of it found its way to the back and then curled in wetting the T-CON board which is where the displays signals derived up through the ribbon cables to the LCD panel.
 
Here’s a view of where things sit from the bottom view
 
[image|2077051]
 
What you spilled deposited a film of semi-conductive material on the exposed contacts of the vertical lines on the T-CON which are colored tan on your display. Basically, the mix of colors which create the white background have more red light leaking.
 
=== Update (04/29/2020) ===
Sadly loss of your iSight camera also is based on the T-CON’s connections. Here’s a breakdown of the connections
 
[image|2078399]
 
The signals are processed on the board and then sent on to the logic board via the single cable that leads to it.

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The design mimics the older 2019 15” model. Here’s that guide for it which will help you: [guide|122939]
 
As for the needed tool for these tiny screws. Yes its a P2
 
Here’s one source for the needed display assembly: [https://www.thebookyard.com/?cPath=39_719&sort=2a&filter_id=14|2020 16” MacBook Pro displays]
 
Sorry to hear your display got damaged by chance did you get AppleCare+ service contract? If you did Apple will offer a reduced price for the part and not charge for the labor.
 
=== Update (04/28/2020) ===
The damage you see is from what was spilled which rolled over the back edge of the uppercase, or through the gaps at the ends of the Touch Bar. Most likely the bulk of it found its way to the back and then curled in wetting the T-CON board which is where the displays signals derived up through the ribbon cables to the LCD panel.
 
Here’s a view of where things sit from the bottom view
 
[image|2077051]
 
WhenWhat you spilled deposited a film of semi-conductive material on the exposed contacts of the vertical lines on the T-CON which are colored tan on your display. Basically, the mix of colors which create the white background have more red light leaking.
WhenWhat you spilled deposited a film of semi-conductive material on the exposed contacts of the vertical lines on the T-CON which are colored tan on your display. Basically, the mix of colors which create the white background have more red light leaking.

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Editado por: Dan ,

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The design mimics the older 2019 15” model. Here’s that guide for it which will help you: [guide|122939]
 
As for the needed tool for these tiny screws. Yes its a P2
 
Here’s one source for the needed display assembly: [https://www.thebookyard.com/?cPath=39_719&sort=2a&filter_id=14|2020 16” MacBook Pro displays]
 
Sorry to hear your display got damaged by chance did you get AppleCare+ service contract? If you did Apple will offer a reduced price for the part and not charge for the labor.
 
=== Update (04/28/2020) ===
The damage you see is from what was spilled which rolled over the back edge of the uppercase, or through the the gapsgaps at the endsends of the Touch Bar. Most likely the bulk of it found its way to the back and then curled in wetting the T-CON board which is where the displays signals derived up through the ribbon cables to the LCD panel.
The damage you see is from what was spilled which rolled over the back edge of the uppercase, or through the the gapsgaps at the endsends of the Touch Bar. Most likely the bulk of it found its way to the back and then curled in wetting the T-CON board which is where the displays signals derived up through the ribbon cables to the LCD panel.
 
Here’s a view of where things sit from the bottom view
 
[image|2077051]
 
When you spilled deposited a film of semi-conductive material on the exposed contacts of the vertical lines on the T-CON which are colored tan on your display. Basically, the mix of colors which create the white background have more red light leaking.

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Editado por: Dan ,

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The design mimics the older 2019 15” model. Here’s that guide for it which will help you: [guide|122939]
 
As for the needed tool for these tiny screws. Yes its a P2
 
Here’s one source for the needed display assembly: [https://www.thebookyard.com/?cPath=39_719&sort=2a&filter_id=14|2020 16” MacBook Pro displays]
 
Sorry to hear your display got damaged by chance did you get AppleCare+ service contract? If you did Apple will offer a reduced price for the part and not charge for the labor.
 
=== Update (04/28/2020) ===
The damage you see is from what was spilled which rolled over the back edge of the uppercase, or through the the gaps at the ends. Most likely the bulk of it found its way to the back and then curled in wetting the T-CON board which is where the displays signals derived up through the ribbon cables to the LCD panel.
 
Here’s a view of where things sit from the bottom view
 
[image|2077051]
 
When you spilled deposited a film of semi-conductive material on the exposed contacts of the vertical lines on the T-CON which are colored tan on your display. Basically, the mix of colors which create the white background have more red light leaking.

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Editado por: Dan ,

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The design mimics the older 2019 15” model. Here’s that guide for it which will help you: [guide|122939]
 
As for the needed tool for these tiny screws. Yes its a T2P2
As for the needed tool for these tiny screws. Yes its a T2P2
 
Here’s one source for the needed display assembly: [https://www.thebookyard.com/?cPath=39_719&sort=2a&filter_id=14|2020 16” MacBook Pro displays]
 
Sorry to hear your display got damaged by chance did you get AppleCare+ service contract? If you did Apple will offer a reduced price for the part and not charge for the labor.

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Editado por: Dan ,

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The design mimics the older 2019 15” model. Here’s that guide for it which will help you: [guide|122939]
 
As for the needed tool for these tiny screws. Yes its a T2
 
Here’s one source for the needed display assembly: [https://www.thebookyard.com/?cPath=39_719&sort=2a&filter_id=14|https://www.thebookyard.com/?cPath=39_719&sort=2a&filter_id=14|2020 16” MacBook Pro displays]
Here’s one source for the needed display assembly: [https://www.thebookyard.com/?cPath=39_719&sort=2a&filter_id=14|https://www.thebookyard.com/?cPath=39_719&sort=2a&filter_id=14|2020 16” MacBook Pro displays]
 
Sorry to hear your display got damaged by chance did you get AppleCare+ service contract? If you did Apple will offer a reduced price for the part and not charge for the labor.

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Mensagem original de: Dan ,

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The design mimics the older 2019 15” model. Here’s that guide for it which will help you: [guide|122939]

As for the needed tool for these tiny screws. Yes its a T2

Here’s one source for the needed display assembly: [https://www.thebookyard.com/?cPath=39_719&sort=2a&filter_id=14|

Sorry to hear your display got damaged by chance did you get AppleCare+ service contract? If you did Apple will offer a reduced price for the part and not charge for the labor.

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open