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MacBook - How can I make it stop??


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My macbook has been creaky for a while now, everytime I close it it creaks so bad and no matter what I do I can't make it stop. It's VERY loud and it wakes my daughter up everytime.. Has anyone else had this problem?? Were you able to fix it?
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Check out this thread: Pop (or creak)...normal?

Not sure this is exactly the same, but the Macbook cover creaking is fairly common...

You could try Apple to get it fixed...

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