Probably best not to, my one actually got knocked against the seat in front of me on a flight a few days back, and it now occasionally gets parallel lines running down the screen, which is one of the first warning signs of failure. I probably won't have the time to replace it until next month anyway, so hopefully it holds out until then.
Thanks Brandon, I will keep that in mind when I do the repair. Thanks for mentioning that you had scratches on an A stock part, from what I have read recently, it further supports my decision to look elsewhere for the part as the postage from America to Australia isn't cheap.
Hi, I just bought a used MacBook Pro on eBay, which is in perfect condition apart from 3 small chips in the display, which considering that the machines main use is photography, they can make pixel level image adjustments difficult.
I was looking into getting the used part from iFixit and am a bit confused. With the cable in the iSight camera which is glued to the fan, would there be replacement adhesive on the 'A grade' used part?