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Hi all,

I just bought a new Macbook Pro and have had it for about a week. It works great, but for some reason when I adjust the screen angle at all, the display flickers with little lines and blurs a bit. It usually recovers on its own or I can adjust it a bit more to make it display properly, but I would prefer that a brand new computer not have problems like this.

Any tips? I am planning on calling Apple Care if all else fails, but I am hoping I won't have to send this off somewhere for such a minor problem since I'll be heading back to classes soon. Thanks.
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