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At this point, I think you need to pop the bottom cover off to make sure the display connector is properly seated and not damaged.
As you believe your system didn't get wet the issue will likely be within the display its self.
Within the display is a set of circuits which demux the signal to something it can use to drive the LCD. We call these chips drivers. The video leads me to believe these are damaged and/or the connection to them. If that is the case you'll need to replace the display assembly
As we don't know your exact model I can't point you to the needed guide or part. Plug in your systems serial number here: [https://everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/|EveryMac - Lookup] then post the systems URL here for us to see.
=== Update (10/04/2017) ===
-Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|27666|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Display Assembly Replacement]. For now follow the Steps to Step6 and then jump to Step11 which is the display connector. See if you see any discoloration or if the bail wire is seated across the connector. Carefully disconnect the cable it needs to slide out along the surface of the logic board don't pull up! Until its clear of the connection inspect it as well. If you want to take a picture or two for us to see if you see something.
+Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|27666|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Display Assembly Replacement]. For now, follow the Steps to Step6 and then jump to Step11 which is the display connector. See if you see any discoloration or if the bail wire is seated across the connector. Carefully disconnect the cable it needs to slide out along the surface of the logic board don't pull up! Until its clear of the connection inspect it as well. If you want to take a picture or two for us to see if you see something.
Carefully reseat the cable and reconnect the battery is it any better? If not I think it's clear you need a new display assembly.
=== Update (04/28/2018) ===
Well, you've got corrosion damage and you may have a few damaged SMD components as well!
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At this point, I think you need to pop the bottom cover off to make sure the display connector is properly seated and not damaged.
As you believe your system didn't get wet the issue will likely be within the display its self.
Within the display is a set of circuits which demux the signal to something it can use to drive the LCD. We call these chips drivers. The video leads me to believe these are damaged and/or the connection to them. If that is the case you'll need to replace the display assembly
As we don't know your exact model I can't point you to the needed guide or part. Plug in your systems serial number here: [https://everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/|EveryMac - Lookup] then post the systems URL here for us to see.
=== Update (10/04/2017) ===
-Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|27666|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Display Assembly Replacement]. For now follow the Steps to Step6 and then jump to Step11 which is the display connecter. See if you see any discoloration or if the bail wire is seated across the connector. Carefully disconnect the cable it needs to slide out along the surface of the logic board don't pull up! Until its clear of the connection inspect it as well. If you want to take a picture or two for us to see if you see something.
+Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|27666|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Display Assembly Replacement]. For now follow the Steps to Step6 and then jump to Step11 which is the display connector. See if you see any discoloration or if the bail wire is seated across the connector. Carefully disconnect the cable it needs to slide out along the surface of the logic board don't pull up! Until its clear of the connection inspect it as well. If you want to take a picture or two for us to see if you see something.
-Carefully reseat the cable and reconnect the battery is it any better? If not I think its clear you need a new display assembly.
+Carefully reseat the cable and reconnect the battery is it any better? If not I think it's clear you need a new display assembly.
=== Update (04/28/2018) ===
Well, you've got corrosion damage and you may have a few damaged SMD components as well!
[image|1438636]
[image|1438637]

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Bearbeitet von: Dan ,

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At this point, I think you need to pop the bottom cover off to make sure the display connector is properly seated and not damaged.
As you believe your system didn't get wet the issue will likely be within the display its self.
-Within the display is a set of circuits which demux the signal to something it can use to drive the LCD. We call these chips drivers. The video leads me to believe these are damaged and/or the connect to them. If that is the case you'll need to replace the display assembly
+Within the display is a set of circuits which demux the signal to something it can use to drive the LCD. We call these chips drivers. The video leads me to believe these are damaged and/or the connection to them. If that is the case you'll need to replace the display assembly
As we don't know your exact model I can't point you to the needed guide or part. Plug in your systems serial number here: [https://everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/|EveryMac - Lookup] then post the systems URL here for us to see.
=== Update (10/04/2017) ===
Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|27666|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Display Assembly Replacement]. For now follow the Steps to Step6 and then jump to Step11 which is the display connecter. See if you see any discoloration or if the bail wire is seated across the connector. Carefully disconnect the cable it needs to slide out along the surface of the logic board don't pull up! Until its clear of the connection inspect it as well. If you want to take a picture or two for us to see if you see something.
Carefully reseat the cable and reconnect the battery is it any better? If not I think its clear you need a new display assembly.
=== Update (04/28/2018) ===
Well, you've got corrosion damage and you may have a few damaged SMD components as well!
[image|1438636]
[image|1438637]

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-At this point I think you need to pop the bottom cover off to make sure the display connector is properly seated and not damaged.
+At this point, I think you need to pop the bottom cover off to make sure the display connector is properly seated and not damaged.
As you believe your system didn't get wet the issue will likely be within the display its self.
Within the display is a set of circuits which demux the signal to something it can use to drive the LCD. We call these chips drivers. The video leads me to believe these are damaged and/or the connect to them. If that is the case you'll need to replace the display assembly
As we don't know your exact model I can't point you to the needed guide or part. Plug in your systems serial number here: [https://everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/|EveryMac - Lookup] then post the systems URL here for us to see.
=== Update (10/04/2017) ===
Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|27666|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Display Assembly Replacement]. For now follow the Steps to Step6 and then jump to Step11 which is the display connecter. See if you see any discoloration or if the bail wire is seated across the connector. Carefully disconnect the cable it needs to slide out along the surface of the logic board don't pull up! Until its clear of the connection inspect it as well. If you want to take a picture or two for us to see if you see something.
Carefully reseat the cable and reconnect the battery is it any better? If not I think its clear you need a new display assembly.
=== Update (04/28/2018) ===
Well, you've got corrosion damage and you may have a few damaged SMD components as well!
[image|1438636]
[image|1438637]

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Bearbeitet von: Dan ,

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At this point I think you need to pop the bottom cover off to make sure the display connector is properly seated and not damaged.
As you believe your system didn't get wet the issue will likely be within the display its self.
Within the display is a set of circuits which demux the signal to something it can use to drive the LCD. We call these chips drivers. The video leads me to believe these are damaged and/or the connect to them. If that is the case you'll need to replace the display assembly
As we don't know your exact model I can't point you to the needed guide or part. Plug in your systems serial number here: [https://everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/|EveryMac - Lookup] then post the systems URL here for us to see.
=== Update (10/04/2017) ===
-Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|27666|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Display Assembly Replacement]. For now follow the Steps to Step6 and then jump to Step11 which is the display connecter. See if you see any discoloration or if the bail wire is seated across the connector. Carefully disconnect the cable it needs to slide out along the surface of the logic board don't pull up! Until its clear of the connection inspect it as well. If you want take a picture or two for us to see if you see something.
+Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|27666|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Display Assembly Replacement]. For now follow the Steps to Step6 and then jump to Step11 which is the display connecter. See if you see any discoloration or if the bail wire is seated across the connector. Carefully disconnect the cable it needs to slide out along the surface of the logic board don't pull up! Until its clear of the connection inspect it as well. If you want to take a picture or two for us to see if you see something.
Carefully reseat the cable and reconnect the battery is it any better? If not I think its clear you need a new display assembly.
=== Update (04/28/2018) ===
-Well you've got corrosion damage and you may have a few damaged SMC components as well!
+Well, you've got corrosion damage and you may have a few damaged SMD components as well!
+
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At this point I think you need to pop the bottom cover off to make sure the display connector is properly seated and not damaged.
As you believe your system didn't get wet the issue will likely be within the display its self.
Within the display is a set of circuits which demux the signal to something it can use to drive the LCD. We call these chips drivers. The video leads me to believe these are damaged and/or the connect to them. If that is the case you'll need to replace the display assembly
As we don't know your exact model I can't point you to the needed guide or part. Plug in your systems serial number here: [https://everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/|EveryMac - Lookup] then post the systems URL here for us to see.
=== Update (10/04/2017) ===
-Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Retina+Display+Late+2013+Display+Assembly+Replacement/27666|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Display Assembly Replacement]. For now follow the Steps to Step6 and then jump to Step11 which is the display connecter. See if you see any discoloration or if the bail wire is seated across the connector. Carefully disconnect the cable it needs to slide out along the surface of the logic board don't pull up! Until its clear of the connection inspect it as well. If you want take a picture or two for us to see if you see something.
+Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|27666|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Display Assembly Replacement]. For now follow the Steps to Step6 and then jump to Step11 which is the display connecter. See if you see any discoloration or if the bail wire is seated across the connector. Carefully disconnect the cable it needs to slide out along the surface of the logic board don't pull up! Until its clear of the connection inspect it as well. If you want take a picture or two for us to see if you see something.
Carefully reseat the cable and reconnect the battery is it any better? If not I think its clear you need a new display assembly.
+
+=== Update (04/28/2018) ===
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+Well you've got corrosion damage and you may have a few damaged SMC components as well!
+[image|1438636]
+[image|1438637]

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At this point I think you need to pop the bottom cover off to make sure the display connector is properly seated and not damaged.
As you believe your system didn't get wet the issue will likely be within the display its self.
Within the display is a set of circuits which demux the signal to something it can use to drive the LCD. We call these chips drivers. The video leads me to believe these are damaged and/or the connect to them. If that is the case you'll need to replace the display assembly
As we don't know your exact model I can't point you to the needed guide or part. Plug in your systems serial number here: [https://everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/|EveryMac - Lookup] then post the systems URL here for us to see.
+
+=== Update (10/04/2017) ===
+
+Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Retina+Display+Late+2013+Display+Assembly+Replacement/27666|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Display Assembly Replacement]. For now follow the Steps to Step6 and then jump to Step11 which is the display connecter. See if you see any discoloration or if the bail wire is seated across the connector. Carefully disconnect the cable it needs to slide out along the surface of the logic board don't pull up! Until its clear of the connection inspect it as well. If you want take a picture or two for us to see if you see something.
+
+Carefully reseat the cable and reconnect the battery is it any better? If not I think its clear you need a new display assembly.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Dan ,

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At this point I think you need to pop the bottom cover off to make sure the display connector is properly seated and not damaged.

As you believe your system didn't get wet the issue will likely be within the display its self.

Within the display is a set of circuits which demux the signal to something it can use to drive the LCD. We call these chips drivers. The video leads me to believe these are damaged and/or the connect to them. If that is the case you'll need to replace the display assembly

As we don't know your exact model I can't point you to the needed guide or part. Plug in your systems serial number here: [https://everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/|EveryMac - Lookup] then post the systems URL here for us to see.

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