Display Colors Changed Suddenly To Weird Tone
First of all, I’ve done all the software related checks (External display, Invert colors check, SVRAM-NVRAM reset, Hard Format etc.). The problem is definitely hardware related.
After 3-4 months past of my warranty end, out of nowhere, my MacBook screen started to display the colors weirdly;
At first, the colors were normal until I open the lid to 30 degrees, but it was going weird if I opened more.
After 1 week like this, the display went completely crazy and showed the colors weirdly the moment I opened the lid.
I brought it to Authorized Apple Service and they checked my device. After that, they called me and told that the problem was not in the flex cables or any other cable from the motherboard side. They suspected that the problem was in the cables from the display area but in cases like this, they directly change the display and charge the customer, according to their procedure.
The funny part is, even they could not define the root cause for this issue. They said that they are also experiencing this issue for the first time.
Actually, I am very disappointed to see that if your warranty has ended, Apple does not do anything if your computer stops working out of the blue.
It is approx. 450€ to change the display here in Turkey, but I am wondering if there are any ways that I could open up the display connection part in my device by myself.
I just want to check the cables (in the display side) and make sure they are connected properly.
Thank you all in advance!
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I have the same problem at recent. Can I ask if you solved the problem? And how much does it cost?This would be a lot of help thank you.
@relben_john - Did you review the answer?
I've fixed a few by replacing the display. But you need to check things using an external display.
A technician here suggested a flexgate repair would do the trick. Is it possible?
@relben_john - FlexGate is a different failure! But the repair is the same replacing the display. Here's more on FlexGate The Design Flaw Behind MacBook Pro’s “Stage Light” Effect
Did you check things using an external display to be sure the issue is within the display and not the logic board?
Ive connected it through another monitor to check if its the same, but it works fine from the other screen compared to the screen on the laptop@danj
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