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Hi all,

Does anyone know where I can purchase a real replacement glass from the 15inch MBP? My was cracked, I ordered one from ebay, and installed it. It looked great for about 4 months, but now it's all scuffed up and scratched. The ebay seller insisted that it's real glass, as they all do, but it's not. The original glass was tough and would not scratch easily, if at all. The replacement glass I have is basically plexiglass, very susceptible to scratching.

Any suggestions?
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Two places that I know which sell genuine glass replacements - not inexpensive though...

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You might check if wegener has it as well - - http://wegenermedia.com I got one for my 13" from them a few months back and was quite happy.

Also - - You might look around on Amazon--there are lots of mac parts on amazon.. just be sure to check seller feedback there--a ton of drop-ship chineese sellers are coming online on Amazon, so i wouldn't buy from anybody with less than a few hundred feedback points on amazon. rather unfortunate...
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