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-We don't have any guides yet on the new 1016/17 MacBook Pro's. But the teardown can give us a clue on whats happening [guide|72415]. If we jump down to Step19 we can see how this series inter-connects the display and the logic board. One of these ribbon cables is likely damaged in some way.
+We don't have any guides yet on the new 2016/17 MacBook Pro's. But the teardown can give us a clue on whats happening [guide|72415]. If we jump down to Step19 we can see how this series inter-connects the display and the logic board. One of these ribbon cables is likely damaged in some way.
Carefully pop off your bottom cover and do an inspection of the connectors do you see any staining from liquid damage? Do you see any distorted parts or missing screws? Take some images so we can see if you see anything.
Most of us tech's haven't seen them yet as most issues are still covered under warranty. Do be careful as this still maybe covered under an extended warranty issue (defective part type of issue) so you don't want to mark your system that you've been in it.

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Dan ,

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We don't have any guides yet on the new 1016/17 MacBook Pro's. But the teardown can give us a clue on whats happening [guide|72415]. If we jump down to Step19 we can see how this series inter-connects the display and the logic board. One of these ribbon cables is likely damaged in some way.

Carefully pop off your bottom cover and do an inspection of the connectors do you see any staining from liquid damage? Do you see any distorted parts or missing screws? Take some images so we can see if you see anything.

Most of us tech's haven't seen them yet as most issues are still covered under warranty. Do be careful as this still maybe covered under an extended warranty issue (defective part type of issue) so you don't want to mark your system that you've been in it.

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