MacBook Hinge Repair
Damage Screen Repair Service
The hinge in MacBook is where the screen and the logic board panel meet. The hinges could get damaged through wear and tear caused by frequent use. The opening and closing of the Mac is regulated by these hinges which are entirely mechanical. If you drop or yank it open with blunt force, the hinges would loosen, the screen frame would be off, and if not taken care of, the screen may separate completely from the device. Seek professional MacBook hinge repair service immediately by our laptop doctors in Singapore.
MacBook Hinge Repair Process
First, the screws securing the lower case to the upper one are removed. Then the repair expert would wedge their fingers between the lower case and the vent. They would lift the lower case upwards to release the holding clips. The hinge should be slightly exposed now except for the plastic tabs, the camera, and Bluetooth cables. These components and wires would be set aside slowly and carefully so as not to tear them.
The hinge is now fully exposed. Unscrew and remove the clutch of the broken hinge and replace it with a new one. If the hinge’s problem is a minor bend or crack, it would be smoldered or reinforced. Once the repair process is complete, all the surrounding components are returned in order and screwed up.
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MacBook Hinge Issues
Hinge issue generally gets worse with time. They may even advance and affect the functionality of the screen. As soon as you detect a loose hinge, avail your Mac for repair to prevent more costly repairs and replacements in the future.
The following issues signal that there is a problem with your MacBook hinge;
- A wobbling screen: Both ends of your screen should move in unison. A wobbling screen means that the left or the right side moves slightly further when you open the monitor lid. When the computer is shaken, instead of the screen remaining intact and steady, it dances back and forth.
- A monitor lid that does not close: There should be no space left between the keyboard area and the monitor frame when you close your laptop. If the contrary happens, it may signal that a hinge is off hence pushing the monitor lid slightly upwards.
- A squeaky or creaky noise from the hinge area: This noise is caused by a broken hinge. The parts would be struggling to work in harmony due to friction from detached components.
- A broken base right under the hinge section: A broken base occurs from mechanical damage such as when your computer falls and lands on its hinge edges. A piece of the base that holds the hinge in place may break off weakening the hinge as a result.
Seek Professional Help Immediately
We offer numerous specialized repair and service packages for different MacBook models. We have experienced staff that guarantees you get the best quality service when you visit our service and Mac repair center. Our repair service is among the best rated in the country. We have also pioneered a pick-up and delivery system for our busy clients with a complimentary loan of laptop. All you need to do is contact us and we will come get your computer. After inspection, we send you a report on the state of your PC, and you approve the recommended repair work. Once we are done, we deliver your repaired computer to your doorstep. This system is very efficient and effective for most clients, and we have received numerous excellent customer reviews. We operate with speed and efficiency to guaranteed your satisfaction in our services.
Pick & Drop Services
It is not advisable to travel around with a MacBook that exhibits a loose hinge. Our laptop doctors in Singapore would pick your machine at your location and return it after repair. We use only original hinge parts to enable your computer to last.
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