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While it may not seem it you likely have a battery failure. What happens is the battery swells up pressing on the keyboard & trackpad.
 
Run this: [https://www.coconut-flavour.com/coconutbattery/|CoconutBattery] and paste a screenshot here for us to see.
 
As far as the display I'm suspecting the backlight logic has an issue but before we deal with than lets pop the bottom cover and see if releasing the stress helps things.
 
=== Update (03/20/2018) ===
 
mmm... Well the battery does look good and the fact the terminal command states the sensor is in the closed lid state when it should be open does point to the Hall effect sensor being bad.
 
Sorry to say I've not needed to replace the Hall effect sensor in the retina systems yet. Apple does tend to hide them well ;-{
 
In reviewing the schematics for the early 2013 model (I don't have the late 2013 model) here is what I found
 
[image|1372608]
 
I'm not sure where the sensor is located its either on the uppercase or its in the lid. In reviewing the possible locations I can only surmise that one of the speakers has it or the display lid. I would recommend you try to locate the enabling magnet using a paper clip running it along the lids display sides. Then carefully fold the lid down a bit so you can translate the location to the uppercase. I can tell you the front edge has the magnet & plates to hold the lid shut.
 
=== Update (06/12/2018) ===
 
Here’s the location of the Hall sensor on the main logic board:
 
[image|1481671]

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While it may not seem it you likely have a battery failure. What happens is the battery swells up pressing on the keyboard & trackpad.
 
Run this: [https://www.coconut-flavour.com/coconutbattery/|CoconutBattery] and paste a screenshot here for us to see.
 
As far as the display I'm suspecting the backlight logic has an issue but before we deal with than lets pop the bottom cover and see if releasing the stress helps things.
 
=== Update (03/20/2018) ===
 
mmm... Well the battery does look good and the fact the terminal command states the sensor is in the closed lid state when it should be open does point to the Hall effect sensor being bad.
 
Sorry to say I've not needed to replace the Hall effect sensor in the retina systems yet. Apple does tend to hide them well ;-{
 
In reviewing the schematics for the early 2013 model (I don't have the late 2013 model) here is what I found
[image|1372608]
 
I'm not sure where the sensor is located its either on the uppercase or its in the lid. In reviewing the possible locations I can only surmise that one of the speakers has it or the display lid. I would recommend you try to locate the enabling magnet using a paper clip running it along the lids display sides. Then carefully fold the lid down a bit so you can translate the location to the uppercase. I can tell you the front edge has the magnet & plates to hold the lid shut.

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While it may not seem it you likely have a battery failure. What happens is the batterbattery swells up pressing on the keyboard & trackpad.
While it may not seem it you likely have a battery failure. What happens is the batterbattery swells up pressing on the keyboard & trackpad.
 
Run this: [https://www.coconut-flavour.com/coconutbattery/|CoconutBattery] and paste a screenshot here for us to see.
 
As far as the display I'm suspecting the backlight logic has an issue but before we deal with than lets pop the bottom cover and see if releasing the stress helps things.

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While it may not seem it you likely have a battery failure. What happens is the batter swells up pressing on the keyboard & Trackpadtrackpad.
While it may not seem it you likely have a battery failure. What happens is the batter swells up pressing on the keyboard & Trackpadtrackpad.
 
Run this: [https://www.coconut-flavour.com/coconutbattery/|CoconutBattery] and paste a screenshot here for us to see.
 
As far as the display I'm suspecting the backlight logic has an issue but before we deal with than lets pop the bottom cover and see if releasing the stress helps things.

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While it may not seamseem it you likely have a battery failure. What happens is the batter swells up pressing on the keyboard & Trackpad.
While it may not seamseem it you likely have a battery failure. What happens is the batter swells up pressing on the keyboard & Trackpad.
 
Run this: [https://www.coconut-flavour.com/coconutbattery/|CoconutBattery] and paste a screenshot here for us to see.
 
As far as the display I'm suspecting the backlight logic has an issue but before we deal with than lets pop the bottom cover and see if releasing the stress helps things.

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While it may not seam it you likely have a battery failure. What happens is the batter swells up pressing on the keyboard & Trackpad.

Run this: [https://www.coconut-flavour.com/coconutbattery/|CoconutBattery] and paste a screenshot here for us to see.

As far as the display I'm suspecting the backlight logic has an issue but before we deal with than lets pop the bottom cover and see if releasing the stress helps things.

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