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OK, let's see what's available that you can try. Are you fairly handy with taking things apart and can follow directions? If you feel up to it, go to iFixit: The free repair manual and look up changing out the display on your model MacBook. The step by step instructions should prove helpful in figuring out which cable(s) might be getting pinched or dislodged up through the hinge.

If you decide to go that route, be real careful that you don't make things worse. Electronic components and cables are delicate and can break easily.

If don't feel up to it, take the machine to an authorized Apple repair or Apple store and get an estimate for repairs.
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