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Question: Blue Line on Screen

I have a 2016 15" Macbook Pro with touch bar I bought in September. Today when I opened it and was using it, it was fine. I turned to plug it in to charge and when back to it and there was a thin blue line vertically in the center of the screen and another one horizontally less than half an inch from the top of the screen with a little chip-looking thing, but no damage to the screen. When I push on the screen, some spots more lines appear and at a right place, it disappears and the screen appears normal. When the pressure is removed it appears again. There's a screen protector on it, so It isn't a scratch or any damage to the screen itself.

I read this seems to be a common issue with the retina screens? I have Apple Care +, is this LCD/screen repair something covered? There was no damage to the device, it's stored in a padded bag and has never been dropped or anything as it lives on my desk. Just trying to get some insight before I bring it in to an Apple service store on Monday.

MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid 2012), iOS 10.3.3

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