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Repair guides, support, and troubleshooting information for the first 13-inch MacBook Air to feature Apple's ARM-based M1 SoC (with an 8-core CPU and up to an 8-core GPU). Released in November 2020 and identified by model numbers A2337 or EMC 3598.

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Replaced screen - partial black portion

I replaced a screen A2337 on a Macbook Air. The screen works but there's a weird dead pert of the screen on the right side about and inch wide from the top of the screen to the bottom. I followed the correct uninstall and install directors from ifixit. Made sure the battery was disconnected when ever I tried to reseat all connectors multiple times to see if I messed anything up.

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Where did you buy the display from?

Update (05/04/24)

Yeah, it probably is a low quality knock-off. Do not buy parts from that brand, or generally any in Amazon. I would probably recommend getting a screen from iFixit. Even though they may be expensive, they are high quality and reliable.

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GBOLE, from Amazon, had a friend recommend it to me.

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Sadly the display assembly has a problem 😢

Now where is the problem is the next question! The logic board to the displays T-CON board are not the issue! This cable carry’s the encoded screens data via eDP signaling. The ribbon cables from the T-CON to the LCD panel carry’s the raw column and raster data feeds.

To help make sense of what’s happening think how cloth is made, a weave of threads in an X and Y configuration. That’s the same with the data lines to set the discrete pixels. So… a set of lines from the T-CON to the LCD panel column feed it’s self have been damaged.

So could you have damaged the ribbon cables? Or is the damage deeper inside the assembly?

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So checked the ribbon and pins and they are fine, I put the old screen back on and it wasn't present.

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@wattztech - To be clear the original screen is also showing the same issue? Yet an external monitor is fine? Which ribbon cables did you check the one from the logic board?

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On the original screen the issue is not present.

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@wattztech - Good! You had me worried! Time to get that replacement display assembly returned for a replacement!

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