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Hello,

I have the newer aluminum 13 macbooks and have been an owner of it for about 9 months so far. my problem is with the display; when it's at a certain angle or when i nudge monitor angle just a tad, it gets all distorted and garbled. looks like something with the cabling to the monitor is bad? any idea what the problem could be and what to do to fix it?
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If the screen is messing up when you adjust the tilt of it, sounds like an issue with the cable to me. I'd call Apple or set up an appointment at your local Apple store and get it taken care of.

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