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You know, even if it is under warranty, and the memory is user-accessible, I would try removing and resetting the memory just to be sure it isn't just a loose stick of memory. Would suck to send it all the way back to the service center just to have them diagnose a loose memory stick.

On another thought, it could also be chaffed/loose wiring/harness. There are a lot of devices located around the screen (besides the screen itself), such as cameras, microphones, indicator lights and multitouch sensors. If you happen to have the lid open anyhow, look for areas where the wire insulation may have worn through by rubbing together or on something. Some electrical tape and/or heat shrink tubing may be all that's needed to solve the issue, saving you from having to buy a new laptop.
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