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Haven't worked on your model, but I would say it is an issue with the LCD. With the MacBook Pro 13, a lot have the same issue. A lot of people think it is the LCD cable (since it sometimes works when moved at certain angles), sometimes it is the cable, but if it fades it is usually the LCD. You can test this by removing the LCD and flexing the attached PCB/ribbon. If it cuts in and out, you know it is the LCD.
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+EDIT: For clarification, see picture of the part attached to your LCD, which should be causing the problem (looks very similar to the MacBook A1278 LCDs with this problem). Under the tape, there is a board and a ribbon attached to the board, flexing the bottom area should present the issue. The whole LCD will need to be replaced if that's the case.
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Haven't worked on your model, but I would say it is an issue with the LCD. With the MacBook Pro 13, a lot have the same issue. A lot of people think it is the LCD cable (since it sometimes works when moved at certain angles), sometimes it is the cable, but if it fades it is usually the LCD. You can test this by removing the LCD and flexing the attached PCB/ribbon. If it cuts in and out, you know it is the LCD.

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