Broken Laptop LCD Screen Replacement

Our vendor is experiencing a severe supply-chain shortage of some MacBook display assemblies. If you have a damaged MacBook/MacBook Air/MacBook Pro display, please email or call us to verify whether we can currently get it.

When contacting us, please provide your A-number (the number on the bottom of the Mac, with an “A” plus four digits, e.g. “A1708”) so that we can provide accurate availability and pricing information.

In most cases, only “aftermarket” display assemblies are currently available. These are functionally identical to the stock screen but do not have an Apple logo on the lid nor any text on the bezel.

Whether you stepped on it, leaned on it, dropped it, closed it on your keys, or subjected it to extreme temperatures, one thing’s for sure: right now you can barely see anything on your laptop screen!

Some other issues people may have with their screens are vertical lines or bars; these may be white, a bright color, or solid black, as below, and commonly result from a failure of tiny electrical connections within the screen’s body.


In all these situations, the screen itself has been ruined – the glass cannot be repaired, and humans are incapable of fixing the tiny connections that have broken.

But all is not lost! Replacements for PC laptop LCDs are usually fairly inexpensive – around $150-200 in most cases.  We can find the perfect matching part for your screen and install it in short order (our primary vendor is in Apex and can usually get screens to us the next day), and all will be as good as new!

We also can replace Apple MacBook displays!  We source entire display assemblies from a vendor in Virginia which means you can get your Mac screen replaced in as little as 24 hours! Try getting service that fast anywhere else!