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This video demonstrates repair of the "floppy screen" issue, in which case the screen is relatively stable, but flops back and forth slightly. The repair involves tightening the screws on the screen hinge arms. This repair is relevant to many MacBooks, including the A1342 white unibody, as well as all 13" and 15" Pros made from 2008 to 2012.

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    My problem is that it is very smooth when opening the cover and closing it

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Mucho Gracias for your fabulously chillsville MacBook Pro Retina hinge repair on YouTube! ❤  I’ve been fretting like crazy whenever I Iook at my monitor while holding my keyboard. UGHola. The plastic sleeve started chipping and the tiny exposed wires are freaking me out. Your calming presentation helped me tremendously. (>‿◠)✌

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