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My mac screen is totally screwed up. You can hardly see the screen and the screen moves up and down. The only time the screen will work alright is if i push the screen all the way back and use the laptop lke that. It's really annoying and has been happening for the last 2 months, what is the problem?? HELP !

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You got a crimped LCD wire and the pressure is relieved when you push the screen all the way back. You got to open this puppy up and look behind the hinges to see where the wire is binding. The next culprit is the video chip is toast. Apple may replace the chip for you if it's the Nvidia chip, since Nvidia released a bach of sh.t chips not long ago.

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