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MacBook Pro - new mbp screen repair

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I have the new mbp 15". I was an idiot and not there is liquid in the screen. I used to do repairs on my ibook by finding instructions online, does anyone know where i can find instructions on how to take apart the screen to clean it, or is just too new?
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