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I had the same issue but the glass didn't break. I separated the assembly from the bottom keyboard/CPU part and then removed the LCD and Glass. Since the laptop was already out of warranty, I drilled a hole just below the frame crack on both sides all the way through the metal clamshell and used my dremel tool to grindcut/grind off the excess of the screws from the outside. (after I separated the assemblyAlso, you need to make sure you use flat-head screws and then removedcountersink your holes slightly so the LCD and Glass.)glass won't be pushed up by the screw-heads. I also drilled a hole on each side just below where the glass ends (the black rubberized area) all the way through the clamshell and ground off the screw endsends (this was to give the repaired framework strength. Works great. It
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is hard to find a clamshell framework-only online. Everyone wants to sell you the whole clamshell/LCD assembly and I didn't need anything but the clamshell and an unbroken frame. Sure, it's not perfect--but it works. Without the field engineering, I might as well buy a complete used MacBook Pro since the cost is about the same as the LCD assembly. Besides, I'm not a Mac-Tribesman who cares what the outside looks like. And frankly, the safety cover on it hides the ground off screws anyway.
I had the same issue but the glass didn't break. I separated the assembly from the bottom keyboard/CPU part and then removed the LCD and Glass. Since the laptop was already out of warranty, I drilled a hole just below the frame crack on both sides all the way through the metal clamshell and used my dremel tool to grindcut/grind off the excess of the screws from the outside. (after I separated the assemblyAlso, you need to make sure you use flat-head screws and then removedcountersink your holes slightly so the LCD and Glass.)glass won't be pushed up by the screw-heads. I also drilled a hole on each side just below where the glass ends (the black rubberized area) all the way through the clamshell and ground off the screw endsends (this was to give the repaired framework strength. Works great. It
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is hard to find a clamshell framework-only online. Everyone wants to sell you the whole clamshell/LCD assembly and I didn't need anything but the clamshell and an unbroken frame. Sure, it's not perfect--but it works. Without the field engineering, I might as well buy a complete used MacBook Pro since the cost is about the same as the LCD assembly. Besides, I'm not a Mac-Tribesman who cares what the outside looks like. And frankly, the safety cover on it hides the ground off screws anyway.

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I had the same issue but the glass didn't break. Since the laptop was already out of warranty, I drilled a hole just below the crack on both sides all the way through the metal clamshell and used my dremel tool to grind off the excess from the outside. (after I separated the assembly and then removed the LCD and Glass.) I also drilled a hole on each side just below where the glass ends (the black rubberized area) all the way through the clamshell and ground off the screw ends. Works great. It is hard to find a clamshell framework onlyframework-only online. Everyone wants to sell you the whole clamshell/LCD assembly and I didn't need anything but the clamshell and an unbroken frame. Sure, it's not perfect--but it works. Without the field engineering, I might as well buy a complete used MacBook Pro since the cost is about the same as the LCD assembly.
I had the same issue but the glass didn't break. Since the laptop was already out of warranty, I drilled a hole just below the crack on both sides all the way through the metal clamshell and used my dremel tool to grind off the excess from the outside. (after I separated the assembly and then removed the LCD and Glass.) I also drilled a hole on each side just below where the glass ends (the black rubberized area) all the way through the clamshell and ground off the screw ends. Works great. It is hard to find a clamshell framework onlyframework-only online. Everyone wants to sell you the whole clamshell/LCD assembly and I didn't need anything but the clamshell and an unbroken frame. Sure, it's not perfect--but it works. Without the field engineering, I might as well buy a complete used MacBook Pro since the cost is about the same as the LCD assembly.

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I had the same issue but the glass didn't break. Since the laptop was already out of warranty, I drilled a hole just below the crack on both sides all the way through the metal clamshell and used my dremel tool to grind off the excess from the outside. (after I separated the assembly and then removed the LCD and Glass.) I also drilled a hole on each side just below where the ends all the way through the clamshell and ground off the screw ends. Works great. It is hard to find a clamshell framework only online. Everyone wants to sell you the whole clamshell/LCD assembly and I didn't need anything but the clamshell and an unbroken frame.

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