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Please Help: Macbook Air Display Problem


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For the last few months, my Macbook Air has had a grey/black vertical line running down the screen. It is usually fixed if I move the screen or shut the screen. Lately, it's been getting a lot worse and a black/grey line flashes on and off repeatedly. I have a genius appointment tomorrow and I still have warranty under the Apple Care Protection Program. I did no damage to it, so will it be covered under warranty?
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Sounds like the video cable to me. I would say that if you currently have Applecare...there is a very good chance the repair will be covered.

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