MacBook Repair Tip: Burned or Damaged LED connector port that damages your Apple laptop

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4 thoughts on “MacBook Repair Tip: Burned or Damaged LED connector port that damages your Apple laptop”

  1. Thank you for creating the video. Your tip to put a piece of kapton tape over the LCD display connector pins is great idea. I have a 15 " 2009 Unibody that I bought used with a cracked LCD display, it powers on, and had a external video, then bought a used LCD & housing that wasn't cracked at the hinges, and connected it, the screen lit up, but the LCD cable disconnected while the Mac was booting due to myself not bolting down the display hinge's, while testing it. Now both the external and internal display no longer works, could that be a fuse? Do you have a video that shows where the fuse is located at?

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