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En juin 2017, Apple met à jour le MacBook Air 13" avec un nouveau processeur Intel Core i5 Broadwell, ce qui donne une légère augmentation des performances et de l'autonomie de la batterie.

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MacBook Air 13 A1466 - Failure LCD display (with photo)

Hello guys! I need your help!

My MacBook Air 13 have really few hours of work, maybe about 200H and 30 charges cycles. And now, when I turn it on, display have failure (check photo).

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I’ve checked the issue with external monitor (hdmi), and works fine.

Please help, if it’s fixable, what should I check? I guess, it doesnt have inverter board…. or need buy new lcd replacement?


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Sorry your display is damaged. I’m suspecting you tend to use a spray cleaner on the screen give it a couple of deep sprays getting nice and wet! Letting the cleaner drip down. Sadly thats what did you in! The liquid got to the bottom edge into the circuity located there damaging it.

Please don’t spray the screen instead spray the clean micro cloth and use it to wipe the screen.

You might be able to fix your system but its a bit tricky! You’ll need to carefully lift the bezel around the screen to get tn the LVDS connector at the bottom of it to clean the build up of dried cleaner and the corrosion. You may need to replace the LVDS cable if its damaged. Otherwise you’ll need a new display assembly MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2013-2017) Display Assembly and here’s the guide to do it Remplacement de l'écran complet du MacBook Air 13" début 2015

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MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2013-2017) Display Assembly


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Hi Dan!

Thanks for your answer.

I didn’t used any spray or products on screen. Usually, I clean it with dry micro cloth.

You mean, it can be a simple LVDS connector?


Corrosion within the displays connector and the cable.

Thats now a bit of a stretch given you are not using anything wet on the screen that dripped down into the circuitry. I think it's time for a new display.


Alex, how did you fix that ?

My wife's macbook air 13" have almost the same problem as you. Low hours and very few battery cycles (71). No spillage or shocks...

Sometimes screen shows some clear images through the lines, sometimes flickering...

I bought a replacement screen (complete assembly), but only be able to work on it next month...

I'm very curious about your solution.


Hi Fernando, fixed with full screen replacement...


It's a confirmed Display issue you will need to get the full Display Panel Replaced...Check with local third party repair center


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Alex sera éternellement reconnaissant.
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