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How to fix screen failure after fall from my bed

My macbook dropped out of my bed like 2 days ago.

After the fall everything seemed okey. So i continued using the macbook.

The day after i had a school day and had my macbook with me after using it for a while i had a short break so i closed the screen of the laptop. so when i came back i opened the macbook and the screen was making lines al over the screen. so what i did i went to my local apple premium reseller and had a look but the lines were gone.

when i came home and used the laptop again the lines came back.

so now my question is what is going on.

Should i replace the screen or is it maybe the logic board.

I really hope you guys could help me out.

Edit: When the screen is doing weird and i connect it to a external display everthing seems fine.

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The external display was good troubleshooting, and points more to the display (or a loose connection) than the logic board.


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MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012 Display Assembly Replacement

Go all the way to Step 11, to make sure the display connections weren't knocked loose, before spending the money on a new display.

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