If you have the back off the display (you'll have to do that eventually anyway) on the bottom there's a manufacturers tag with part and model information. The vendor should be able to cross reference from that to identify which screen you need.
I would want a grantee from the vendor that you will not be charged restock or return fees if you do this and still get a wrong part. Also if you pay with credit card or Paypal they will help you if a dispute arises. . . if you write a check you're on your own.
If this answer is acceptable please remember to return and mark it accepted.
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dan, what connector are you exactly referring to. Obviously not the LVDS connector?
Sorry but I am unsure what connector they are referring to their email is as follows:
This Macbook has assembled 2 different screens.
One with connections of 40 Pin and 6 Pin and the other one with 40 PIn and 11 PIn.
Please check your connections and let us know which one you need.
I actually have both MacBooks... the iSight camera on the mid 2013 MacBook Pro Retina has a 6 pin connector, and the mid 2014 MacBook Pro Retina has 11... I know the question is old, but hope that helps.
@kristoph can i unplug connector the isight camera ?