Everytime you use your Macbook, you open and close the lid multiple times. Most modern laptops are designed so that a large number of these open/close cycles can take place without causing any issues to the end-user. However, due to a design flaw on the new MacBook Pro’s components using the laptop under normal conditions (opening and closing the lid), you may start to experience the following issues:
- Stage light effect – You start setting stage lights at the bottom of your screen especially if you set the brightness to high.
- Backlight shutdown – Your screen goes black after opening the lid after a certain angle.
Initially, the fix for this was to replace the whole screen which runs about $1,200 Apple or $800 through third-party repair store.
We’re pleased to announce that we have discovered a way to repair this issue without replacing the screen and at a fraction of the price required to replace a screen.
We will be providing this service for $450 and can have your Macbook repaired within 2-3 business days.