Annoying click sound from the base of MacBook Pro 2019 16"
I bought Macbook Pro 16" just 3-4 months ago. I have never dropped or damaged it in any way. Just a week ago I noticed this annoying CLICK sound coming from the top-left corner of the base. Unlike other annoying sound issues, previously mentioned in this forum, mine doesn't happen when I shake OR open/close the lid. In my case, the CLICK sound occurs when the lid is open and I:
- Tilt the laptop up & down (video attached)
- Put slight pressure on the lid in one direction (eg. from back to front) and hold it for a sec. Then release the pressure slowly.
In the attached video you can hear the click sound and it occurs just where my thumb is placed; I can feel it in my thumb/fingers, so it's definitely mechanical. The lid opens/closes smoothly and, as of now, the issue hasn't affected the screen/display in any way. It's just that it's annoying and I am worried that it might lead to problems in the future.
Has anybody faced a similar problem? Should I be worried about it or is it just another annoying "non-issue" of Macbook Pro?
PS: Seems like it’s related to the hinge mechanism.
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