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Hello There,

I have a Macbook Pro (13") purchased last year (my 1 year insurance just expired). During my recent traveling, the glass of my Macbook screen has broken (visible cracks), though there is no harm to LCD, everything is working fine.

Could you please suggest me what kind of hardware repairs would be done (just glass replacement or it will include LCD too?) and how much would this repair cost me?

Thanks a lot in advance for your help.

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009 Repair Manual - iFixit

You can go to LCD replacement and see what it requires.
It's a lot of work tho. And you can price out what it will cost you too, as they have the parts on the site.

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Since a cracked glass or screen is not covered under Apple care or the original warranty, the fact that your warranty has run out doesn't matter.

As replacing the screen assembly is a difficult job, I advise you to have it done by an authorized Apple repair provider. Since you didn't say what country you're in, we have no way of recommending a service provider to you. Nor do we have any idea of cost.
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