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In most cases you can open the bottom cover to access the hinge screws which maybe loose here. But without more clarity and a exact model to work from we really can give you more.
 
== Update ==
 
Here is the IFIXIT guide on how to disassemble your system to gain access to the display assembly: [guide|13554|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2012 Display Assembly Replacement].
 
After you power down your system follow the steps down Step 9 so your battery is disconnected. As we are not pulling the display fully out, you can jump over the next few steps. Jumping to Step 15 here is where we are gaining access to the hinges and the screws.
 
Make sure you don't move the display going forward here as you can damage the cables if you are not careful!
 
All you want to do is check the screws to make sure they are tight. You can use some clear fingernail polish to help lock down the screws. just don't go overboard here! A little goes a long way. Loosen the screw a bit and give a small wipe just under the head of the screw and retighten.
 
If you find the screws were notlid is still loose then the hinge unit within the display assembly is likely loose. At that point follow Nate's link below on gaining access to the lid screws.
If you find the screws were notlid is still loose then the hinge unit within the display assembly is likely loose. At that point follow Nate's link below on gaining access to the lid screws.

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In most cases you can open the bottom cover to access the hinge screws which maybe loose here. But without more clarity and a exact model to work from we really can give you more.
 
== UpdateUpdate ==
== UpdateUpdate ==
 
Here is the IFIXIT guide on how to disassemble your system to gain access to the display assembly: [guide|13554|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2012 Display Assembly Replacement].
 
After you power down your system follow the steps down Step 9 so your battery is disconnected. As we are not pulling the display fully out, you can jump over the next few steps. Jumping to Step 15 here is where we are gaining access to the hinges and the screws.
 
Make sure you don't move the display going forward here as you can damage the cables if you are not careful!
 
All you want to do is check the screws to make sure they are tight. You can use some clear fingernail polish to help lock down the screws. just don't go overboard here! A little goes a long way. Loosen the screw a bit and give a small wipe just under the head of the screw and retighten.
 
If you find the screws were not loose then the hinge unit within the display assembly is loose. At that point I would recommend bringing the system into an Apple Store as they can swap outfollow Nate's link below on gaining access to the lid assembly a lot cheaper than you can buy one. I would not recommend trying to open these assembles as they are very difficult to open without damaging it. In the long haul its just smarter letting Apple do itscrews.
If you find the screws were not loose then the hinge unit within the display assembly is loose. At that point I would recommend bringing the system into an Apple Store as they can swap outfollow Nate's link below on gaining access to the lid assembly a lot cheaper than you can buy one. I would not recommend trying to open these assembles as they are very difficult to open without damaging it. In the long haul its just smarter letting Apple do itscrews.

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편집 작업: Dan ,

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In most cases you can open the bottom cover to access the hinge screws which maybe loose here. But without more clarity and a exact model to work from we really can give you more.
== Update ==
 
Here is the IFIXIT guide on how to disassemble your system to gain access to the displace assembly: [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Retina+Display+Late+2012+Display+Assembly+Replacement/13554|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2012 Display Assembly Replacement].== Update ==
Here is the IFIXIT guide on how to disassemble your system to gain access to the displace assembly: [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Retina+Display+Late+2012+Display+Assembly+Replacement/13554|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2012 Display Assembly Replacement].== Update ==
 
After you power down your system follow the steps down Step 9 so your batteryHere is disconnected. As we are not pulling the display fully out at this time you can jump over the next few steps. JumpIFIXIT guide on how to Step 15here is where we are gainingdisassemble your system to gain access to the hinges. display assembly: [guide|13554|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2012 Display Assembly Replacement].
After you power down your system follow the steps down Step 9 so your batteryHere is disconnected. As we are not pulling the display fully out at this time you can jump over the next few steps. JumpIFIXIT guide on how to Step 15here is where we are gainingdisassemble your system to gain access to the hinges. display assembly: [guide|13554|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2012 Display Assembly Replacement].
 
Make sureAfter you don't movepower down your system follow the steps down Step 9 so your battery is disconnected. As we are not pulling the display going forward here asfully out, you can damagejump over the cables if younext few steps. Jumping to Step 15 here is where we are not careful! gaining access to the hinges and the screws.
Make sureAfter you don't movepower down your system follow the steps down Step 9 so your battery is disconnected. As we are not pulling the display going forward here asfully out, you can damagejump over the cables if younext few steps. Jumping to Step 15 here is where we are not careful! gaining access to the hinges and the screws.
 
AllMake sure you don't move the display going forward here as you can damage the cables if you are not careful!

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you want to do is check the screws to make sure they are tight. You can use some clear fingernail polish to help lock down the screws. just don't go overboard here ahere! A little goes a long way. I loosenLoosen the screw a bit and give a small wipe just under the head of the screw and retighten.
AllMake sure you don't move the display going forward here as you can damage the cables if you are not careful!

All
you want to do is check the screws to make sure they are tight. You can use some clear fingernail polish to help lock down the screws. just don't go overboard here ahere! A little goes a long way. I loosenLoosen the screw a bit and give a small wipe just under the head of the screw and retighten.
 
If you find the screws were not loose then the hinge unit within the display assembly is loose. At that point I would recommend bringing the system into an Apple Store as they can swap out the lid assembly a lot cheaper than you can buy one. I would not recommend trying to open these assembles as they are very difficult to open without damaging it. In the long haul its just smarter letting Apple do it.

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편집 작업: Dan ,

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In most cases you can open the bottom cover to access the hinge screws which maybe loose here. But without more clarity and a exact model to work from we really can give you more.
== Update ==
 
Here is the IFIXIT guide on how to disassemble your system to gain access to the displace assembly: [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Retina+Display+Late+2012+Display+Assembly+Replacement/13554|MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2012 Display Assembly Replacement].
 
After you power down your system follow the steps down Step 9 so your battery is disconnected. As we are not pulling the display fully out at this time you can jump over the next few steps. Jump to Step 15here is where we are gaining access to the hinges.
 
Make sure you don't move the display going forward here as you can damage the cables if you are not careful!
 
All you want to do is check the screws to make sure they are tight. You can use some fingernail polish to help lock down the screws. just don't go overboard here a little goes a long way. I loosen the screw a bit and give a small wipe just under the head of the screw and retighten.
 
If you find the screws were not loose then the hinge unit within the display assembly is loose. At that point I would recommend bringing the system into an Apple Store as they can swap out the lid assembly a lot cheaper than you can buy one. I would not recommend trying to open these assembles as they are very difficult to open without damaging it. In the long haul its just smarter letting Apple do it.

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In most cases you can open the bottom cover to access the hinge screws which maybe loose here. But without more clarity and a exact model to work from we really can give you more.

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