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13″ MacBook Screen Repair Services

Apple’s first MacBook was introduced in 2006, and the last release of the MacBook line was earlier this year… We fix the screens on all of them! Pick your model below or contact us if you are having troubling figuring out what model you have. Looking for the new 12″ Retina MacBook? We offer that repair as well! Just go to the 12″ Retina MacBook Screen Repair Service.

Mail-in Service: We offer our services Nationwide with our mail-in service, just add the service you need to your cart and start the checkout process to see what shipping methods are available to you. Feel free to contact us with any questions.

A1181 Original MacBook:

Apple relased the original MacBook in 2006 and discontinued it in 2009. They came in White and Black. The model number on the bottom of the machine is A1181. If you have an original MacBook with a cracked LCD, the service below is for you.

A1342 White Unibody MacBook:

In 2009 and 2010 Apple produced a white unibody MacBook with the model number of A1342 on the bottom. While the earlier versions of the MacBook had a user replaceable battery, this model has a solid rubbery bottom that does not allow you to replace the battery without disassembling the computer.

A1278 MacBook:

In 2008 and early 2009 Apple produced a Silver MacBook that has the model number A1278 on the bottom. They created it with a battery cover so you can pull a lever and remove the battery from the laptop. If you have an A1278 MacBook you will need to figure out if you have a broken glass panel, a broken LCD panel, or both!

Glass: If it look like your computer has a cracked windshield (the image isn’t distorted, but there is a crack over the top), you have a damaged glass panel that needs replacement. Another way to verify that your glass is bad is to turn the computer off. If you can still easily see the cracks in the screen with the computer off you have cracked glass.

LCD: If the image is distorted (lines, splotches of black, etc), but the damage is not visible when you turn the computer off, you have a damaged LCD panel.

Both: If the image is distorted, and the glass is cracked, you need a Glass + LCD replacement.

12″ MacBook Retina Model Number A1534

If you have a 12” Retina MacBook, it will have this model number: A1534. You can find the model number on the bottom of the computer in the text that starts with “Designed by Apple in California…”

Just go to the 12″ Retina MacBook Screen Repair Service.

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The EliteMacTechs Difference

You save money by having EliteMacTechs repair the LCD screen on your MacBook. Apple and most shops replace the entire screen assembly when the LCD is cracked. By replacing just the LCD display panel in your MacBook, EliteMacTechs is able to provide you with much better pricing.

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Turnaround Time : 24 hours

We offer a turnaround time unparalleled in the industry. Your MacBook will have the LCD replaced within 24 hours of us receiving your computer. Most shops that offer this repair take at least a few days to complete it. Get your MacBook back as quickly as possible by having the screen repaired with us.

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Quality Service:

At EliteMacTechs, we are dedicated to providing every customer with the best service, every time. All LCD replacements include a 30 day warranty on the replacement. If you have any problems with the replacement LCD within 30 days of the service, we will replace the LCD free of charge. This warranty does not cover damage caused by the user such as drops or spills.

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Quality Parts:

We know as a Mac user you want the highest quality display replacement available. Here at EliteMacTechs, we use only new OEM displays. This means that the LCD panel that we use to replace your cracked/broken MacBook panel is the same LCD Apple uses in their computers.

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We understand how important it is for you to be kept in the loop about your MacBook computer. We will email you when your MacBook screen repair has begun, when the display has been successfully repaired, and finally when it is ready to go.