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MacBook Pro - MacBook Pro Screen starting to creek....


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Weirdest noise when i push my screen back, or when i am walking with my computer open and the screen is open, you can hear like a creek on the right side of the computer....

do you think this is something i should get looked at? has this happen to anyone on here?
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