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post #1 of 10
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My macbook pro's case has allot of straches and dents is it possible to get a new one from apple or some other web pls im open for anything. And also i trd taking of the case and one of the screws stopped comming out i tried to screw back in but wont it just wont move any possible solutions?
post #2 of 10
I thought apple would replace stuff like that?
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What do u mean exactly?
post #4 of 10
I thought if you broke something on your mac, that you could send it to apple and they would fix it for you?

Also, make sure you are using the right kind of screwdriver for taking that case off. Something tells me that it might be torx screws instead of phillips.
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post #5 of 10
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no its the scew on the side of where you plug in the magsafe
post #6 of 10
um, bad idea. taking apart a mac if you don't know what your doing can seriously screw it up. not trying to be rude or anything but take it to a mac repair shop or call apple tech support and see what they'll do for ya
post #7 of 10
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i do know what i was doing sometign was already broken wiht the screw.
post #8 of 10
If you screw with the screws you will get screwed.

it had to be said sorry, take it to a mac repair shop and tell them your plight, i would be surprised if apple built those to spontaneously combust if opened by any oner other then their techs, maybe not that extreme but you get the idea.
post #9 of 10
to ifixit.com if you plan to do ti by yourself. if you banged up the computer i don;t think its under warranty to get new one, they will fix the internals but not the aesthetics. I dropped my old aluminum powerbook g4 a few time and it was something like $180 for a whole new casing and they will probably install it for free.
    
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post #10 of 10
Get it from Macbook Pro Case. It's much stronger and much better design
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