Model Number A1707. Released June 2017, this MacBook Pro features Kaby Lake processors up to the 2.8 GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor with Turbo Boost up to 3.8 GHz.

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How to replace this part of screen? MacBook A1707

As you know I’ve broken the logo chin plate on my display

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How can I save my screen?

Today I found the replacement part, just for $6, Awesome!

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I want to know how to fix it ?

Do I need buy any superglue or something else?

Do I have to remove my whole screen, or just take this part down and replace it ?

I really appreciate ur help!

Thanks a lot

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That take apart is not for the touch bar machine.

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I would start by taking a good look on the side of the new component that needs to be somehow attached to the MacBook, and I would choose my course of action depending on whether there are any clips or whether there is just a flat surface. Flat surface means the old one is somehow glued in place, so I'd need some new glue and a way to get the old one off w/o damaging the screen. Clips would mean extra work and I'd probably try a wrong method and get the screen all scratched up; I would end up getting really !#^&@@. EDIT: how is that a swear word?

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@theelitepro_gd @mayer I found there is some way to remove it, without remove whole screen, u have to find a really sharp tweezers or knife to remove that part, the part will arrive in 2 days, i will take a video tell u how to fix this

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Where did you get the part

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Heat the old one and use a painting knife to get under it on one side, then heat and slide under the rest of it, being careful not to scratch the screen. You may have to remove the assembly from the MacBook to do this, but on the 12" model you can replace the bottom glass without even opening it, so I assume it's the same.

The new glass has strong adhesive preapplied, you won't need to apply any.

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@mactechplus replaced one for us a couple of weeks ago and hopefully he will chime in here. I'm pretty sure it was a peal and stick, but let's wait for Ken to be positive.

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Reese is right. Just take a very thin and sharp blade and run it along the top of the plastic trim piece but do not go very deep. Once you get an end up, heat carefully, even put aluminum foil over keyboard and hinge cover and get the adheasive loose and pull old logo trim off. If your replacement doesn't have double stick tape on it you will need to apply some where the old one did and place it on. After you get it set , lightly heat and press down to seat it all the way.

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The voice of experience is always better than reading about it. Thanks Ken.

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I have attempted this. But now my screen is not working. Does anyone know what could have go wrong? I have been extremely careful and the screen worked all the way till the last end.

Nothing seems damaged. Is there any particular part under this that someone should be extra careful?

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There are a few parts just under the plate did you push your knife blade in a bit to far? If you got the old chin plate off was it still working?

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I have used the blade seldom and never went really in... I used the tweezers and removed the old chin bit by bit, as it was already cracked. The screen worked fine until I removed the last piece of the chin on the left side, which was still covering one of the ribbons.

Nothing seems to be damaged bye eye. I will get a better magnifying glass and inspect it again.

I was quite surprise to see the screen garbled after the removal of the last bit, since nothing seemed to be damaged. On the other hand I am not sure how fragile this connectors are. And if the connectors are to blame... how to get them back in place, or fix just the ribbon cables.

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