Hi, recently I've noticed that my late 2013 Macbook Pro Retina 13inch's left hinge started creaking/groaning, like the hinge is wound up too tight or something. Other than that, the laptop is in tiptop shape, never dropped it, always keep it in a case, etc. I took the laptop to an Apple Store and the genius was utterly unhelpful. He told me that they could send it in to a repair center and replace the whole screen/hinge combo because that's the only way to fix it, and it would cost $280 without warranty. That's absolutely ludicrous in my opinion, to fix a creaky hinge. I thought they would only have to open up the bottom and adjust some things and that would be it. Anyways, I'm not good at fixing these things on my own, so is there any other way I can go about fixing it that won't cost a fortune? Did I have a grumpy genius or is the actual only way to fix a noisy hinge by replacing the whole screen? Thanks!