MacBook screen turns white, not freezing, tilting screen fixes it
Seems there is something going on with my macbook (6.1) screen.
The macbook itself does not freeze or anything but the screen starts turning white, I can hear sound and everything just can't do anything until I tilt the screen either back or forward a bit which then returns the screen to perfectly normal.
Any idea what exactly is going on here? I have attached a couple of images, the screen starts slowly then fades itself completely to all being white.
Tilting the screen back and forth does it again, then I just have to keep moving it until I almost catch some sort of sweet spot where it wont do it.
There's a number of possible reasons see this similar Question. Since moving the display which moves the cables I'm leaning toward a nicked, damaged or loose display data cable. Connecting it to an external monitor would rule out any logic board or VGC(VPU) problem if the monitor stays steady as the laptop acts up.
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