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-Well the good news the display cable hinge is quite easy to replace [https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_360&products_id=13708|Retina MacBook Pro 13"/15" Hinge, Left - iDP/eDP cable (12-15)]. The other cable is a bit harder [https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_360&products_id=15442|Retina MacBook Pro 13" Right Hinge, Antenna/iSight cable (12-15)] but still not overly difficult.
+Have you tried dripping a bit of WD40 onto the hinge? Take the cap off the WD40 can and spray into it making a puddle. Now use a cotton swab wetting it then wiping the hinge. Often times this will fix a dry hinge. Just do't get things too wet as you don't want the WD40 to drip into the display.
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+Well, the good news the display cable hinge is quite easy to replace [link|https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_360&products_id=13708|Retina MacBook Pro 13"/15" Hinge, Left - iDP/eDP cable (12-15)]. The other cable is a bit harder [link|https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_360&products_id=15442|Retina MacBook Pro 13" Right Hinge, Antenna/iSight cable (12-15)] but still not overly difficult.
Here’s the guide you’ll need follow to get the display off [guide|23392] then you can replace the cables. Review this guide [guide|9493] to see how to disassemble the antenna so you can replace it as well as get behind it to release the iDP cable. Getting the iSight cable out is a bit more work as you need to lift the gasket around the edge of the screen and the frame. You’ll need a heat gun with a variable temp control as you don’t want to melt the rubber.
In any case you don’t want to damage the cables! The iSight cable has a thermal sensor in it which will mess-up your systems temperature monitoring (SMC).
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-=== Update (07/04/2019) ===
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-Have you tried dripping a bit of WD40 onto the hinge? Take the cap off the WD40 can and spray into it making a puddle. Now use a cotton swab wetting it then wiping the hinge. Often times this will fix a dry hinge. Just do't get things too wet as you don't want the WD40 to drip into the display.

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Well the good news the display cable hinge is quite easy to replace [https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_360&products_id=13708|Retina MacBook Pro 13"/15" Hinge, Left - iDP/eDP cable (12-15)]. The other cable is a bit harder [https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_360&products_id=15442|Retina MacBook Pro 13" Right Hinge, Antenna/iSight cable (12-15)] but still not overly difficult.
Here’s the guide you’ll need follow to get the display off [guide|23392] then you can replace the cables. Review this guide [guide|9493] to see how to disassemble the antenna so you can replace it as well as get behind it to release the iDP cable. Getting the iSight cable out is a bit more work as you need to lift the gasket around the edge of the screen and the frame. You’ll need a heat gun with a variable temp control as you don’t want to melt the rubber.
In any case you don’t want to damage the cables! The iSight cable has a thermal sensor in it which will mess-up your systems temperature monitoring (SMC).
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+=== Update (07/04/2019) ===
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+Have you tried dripping a bit of WD40 onto the hinge? Take the cap off the WD40 can and spray into it making a puddle. Now use a cotton swab wetting it then wiping the hinge. Often times this will fix a dry hinge. Just do't get things too wet as you don't want the WD40 to drip into the display.

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Well the good news the display cable hinge is quite easy to replace [https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_360&products_id=13708|Retina MacBook Pro 13"/15" Hinge, Left - iDP/eDP cable (12-15)]. The other cable is a bit harder [https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_360&products_id=15442|Retina MacBook Pro 13" Right Hinge, Antenna/iSight cable (12-15)] but still not overly difficult.
-Here’s the guide you’ll need follow to get the display off [guide|23392] then you can replace the cables. Review this guide [https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/MacBook+Pro+Retina+Display+Teardown/9493] to see how to disassemble the antenna so you can replace it as well as get behind it to release the iDP cable. Getting the iSight cable out is a bit more work as you need to lift the gasket around the edge of the screen and the frame. You’ll need a heat gun with a variable temp control as you don’t want to melt the rubber.
+Here’s the guide you’ll need follow to get the display off [guide|23392] then you can replace the cables. Review this guide [guide|9493] to see how to disassemble the antenna so you can replace it as well as get behind it to release the iDP cable. Getting the iSight cable out is a bit more work as you need to lift the gasket around the edge of the screen and the frame. You’ll need a heat gun with a variable temp control as you don’t want to melt the rubber.
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+In any case you don’t want to damage the cables! The iSight cable has a thermal sensor in it which will mess-up your systems temperature monitoring (SMC).

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Well the good news the display cable hinge is quite easy to replace [https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_360&products_id=13708|Retina MacBook Pro 13"/15" Hinge, Left - iDP/eDP cable (12-15)]. The other cable is a bit harder [https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_360&products_id=15442|Retina MacBook Pro 13" Right Hinge, Antenna/iSight cable (12-15)] but still not overly difficult.
-Here’s the guide you’ll need follow to get the display off [guide|23392] then you can replace the cables
+Here’s the guide you’ll need follow to get the display off [guide|23392] then you can replace the cables. Review this guide [https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/MacBook+Pro+Retina+Display+Teardown/9493] to see how to disassemble the antenna so you can replace it as well as get behind it to release the iDP cable. Getting the iSight cable out is a bit more work as you need to lift the gasket around the edge of the screen and the frame. You’ll need a heat gun with a variable temp control as you don’t want to melt the rubber.

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Well the good news the display cable hinge is quite easy to replace [https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_360&products_id=13708|Retina MacBook Pro 13"/15" Hinge, Left - iDP/eDP cable (12-15)]. The other cable is a bit harder [https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_360&products_id=15442|Retina MacBook Pro 13" Right Hinge, Antenna/iSight cable (12-15)] but still not overly difficult.

Here’s the guide you’ll need follow to get the display off [guide|23392] then you can replace the cables

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