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MacBook Pro 15 hinge problem


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i just found out that the hinge are (near the power button) has loosen, unlike the other end which is tigther. i can see a whole in there. the alignment is somewhat affected. what's the cause and solution for this problem? i bought this from Singapore 2 months ago and im here in the Philippines, will the Apple Centers here accept repairs to it?
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thanks! but what seems to be the problem? opening and closing the lid is like normal.
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thanks! but what seems to be the problem? opening and closing the lid is like normal.
Opening & closing the lid cannot be "normal" if you're complaining about it!

You have two options:

- if you feel there's a problem...take it to Apple
- if you feel there's not a problem...then do nothing...but then I would be confused why you started this thread!

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