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This is definitely a thermal/load issue. I’ve been having the lines at the bottom of the screen everyday after I use my MBP 15” mid 2016 after a few minutes. I used to be a heavypower user with a lot of heavy apps and tabs open in the background all at the same time and I only put my laptop to sleep by closing the lid and never shut it off completely. The fan of the laptop always spins up to the max most of the timetime I use it. Then I tried shutting it off and closing unused background apps and turning off the machine during the weekend when I’m notno longer using it. I also opened the back cover of the laptop to see that the vents and fans have a lot of dust build up making the laptop not cool down efficiently. Now the lines are no longer appearing unless I push the laptop to the max again for an extended amount of time making it run hot.
This is definitely a thermal/load issue. I’ve been having the lines at the bottom of the screen everyday after I use my MBP 15” mid 2016 after a few minutes. I used to be a heavypower user with a lot of heavy apps and tabs open in the background all at the same time and I only put my laptop to sleep by closing the lid and never shut it off completely. The fan of the laptop always spins up to the max most of the timetime I use it. Then I tried shutting it off and closing unused background apps and turning off the machine during the weekend when I’m notno longer using it. I also opened the back cover of the laptop to see that the vents and fans have a lot of dust build up making the laptop not cool down efficiently. Now the lines are no longer appearing unless I push the laptop to the max again for an extended amount of time making it run hot.
 
ThisI think this is definitely a hardware defect in the screen where the screen is overheating creating the lines and maybe the diffuser is getting delaminated which is a shame that it even happens but itshame. But the cause is caused by high temperature and can be avoided by cleaning the vents and fans and not making the laptop run to the max for an extended amount of time.
ThisI think this is definitely a hardware defect in the screen where the screen is overheating creating the lines and maybe the diffuser is getting delaminated which is a shame that it even happens but itshame. But the cause is caused by high temperature and can be avoided by cleaning the vents and fans and not making the laptop run to the max for an extended amount of time.

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This is definitely a thermal/load issue. I’ve been having the lines at the bottom of the screen everyday after I use my MBP 15” mid 2016 after a few minutes. I used to be a heavy user with a lot of heavy apps and tabs open in the background and I only put my laptop to sleep and never shut it off completely. The fan of the laptop always spins up to the max most of the time. Then I tried shutting it off and closing apps and turning off the machine during the weekend when I’m not using it. I also opened the back cover of the laptop to see that the vents and fans have a lot of dust build up making the laptop not cool down efficiently. Now the lines are no longer appearing unless I push the laptop to the max again for an extended amount of time making it run hot.

This is definitely a hardware defect in the screen which is a shame that it even happens but it is caused by high temperature and can be avoided by cleaning the vents and fans and not making the laptop run to the max for an extended amount of time.

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