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I have a 2006 MacBook Pro
The Screen has a variable "Red" swirling. Worse in iPhoto but annoying all the time

Is there a "Fix" other than a new LCD Screen
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If I need the LCD who does this best "Apple" "MacSales" ???

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Are you sure it's the LCD that's defective? It could also be the graphics controller that's bad. Take a screenshot of your desktop and view it. If the same thing shows up on the screenshot, then the graphics controller is the problem. If it doesn't show up, it's likely the LCD that's bad.

New LCD can be purchased from iResQ or you can have them do the work. They have an 800 number where you can speak with a live person. Highly recommended for Mac repairs.
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Thanks...gives me great comfort knowing I can get it back to normal
I am also think of a new or refurbished MBP (2011)
instead of a fix
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