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Weird display glitching - what's at fault: display or cable?

I tried searching for months if something like this happened before, but I can’t find it.

The laptop is pre-owned, under my watch, I haven’t dropped it or did anything that would inflict damage, it came with this scuff:

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At first, it functioned normally, but a month after I went to get a glass of water, to come back a minute later to it doing this.

There’s a line at the top of the display, things at the top of it aren’t glitched and look fine, everything below it has a sort of ghost of the entire display.


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This is the line in comparison to the scuff mark.


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The whole display. You can kind of see the duplicated menubar below that line.


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Here’s the “ghosting” in more detail.

The display has weird glitching, it happens randomly now and then and lasts less than a second, like a flash. Here I caught it in a glitch:

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And no, the window isn’t being moved, looks like it just made 3 duplicates. Also should note that this too, only happens below that weird line.

HDMI output works fine without any glitching, so I’m guessing that it’s not the graphics.

It also doesn’t seem to change the rate of glitching or how it glitches depending if I press on the display or mess with the orientation of the hinges.


Hope someone can help, thanks in advance!

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Let’s first so some sleuthing to make sure we don’t have more damaged than I suspect. Follow this guide MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Display Assembly Replacement follow it through to Step 4, then jump down to Step 11. Take a nice tight picture like the third image so we can see the solder joints and gold contacts clearly Adding images to an existing question

Sadly, the display assembly has gotten damaged, on the bottom edge is where the T-CON logic is located which controls the scan of the image to the LCD screen, this is what is damaged.

One possibility is when you cleaned your system you sprayed the cleaner on the display and some dripped down onto the logic board at the bottom. . Overtime the cleaner corrodes the logic, with COVID I’ve seen more dead displays as people are being more aggressive in cleaning their systems. Get into the habit of spraying the paper towel or micro-coth with the cleaner and then wiping the system and if you use a pre-wetted wipe squeeze out the cleaner so the cloth is just damp not wet.

To get to it you’ll need to take the display fully off remove the plastic clutch cover to get to the logic board. Here’s a good breakdown on what you are facing MacBook Pro Retina Display Teardown

In most cases the corrosion damage is too much to repair. You’ll need a new display assembly.

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