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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

Will this screen fit?


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Hi Guys,

Picked up my first macbook pro off ebay... but being the cheap *** that I am, and wanting a challenge - I picked up one with a faulty screen...
eBay - The UK's Online Marketplace

The macbook pro came and im using it with an external display - i am very impressed and after using it for a few weeks i am already realising how bad windows is!

Now I need to source out a new screen, and was wondering if you guys would hazard a guess at the screen of this one fitting...
apple powerbook G4 faulty spares or repairs on eBay (end time 17-Sep-10 22:16:30 BST)

The model number on mine is A1260
The model umber of the potential donor machine is A1095

Any advice you guys can give would be more than appreciated.
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I realize you're in the UK, but I suggest going to this US site and check the correct display replacement part number for your MBP before purchasing from eBay or anywhere else. iFixit: The free repair manual They're Mac specialists and will have the exact replacement part number.
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