Dent repair?

Discussion in 'MacBook Air, MacBook & MacBook Pro' started by Christie02, Apr 1, 2009.

  1. Christie02

    Christie02 Member

    Nov 10, 2007
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    Hey it's me again. im sorry if this is already posted but i couldnt find the topic :(. anyway, the zipper of my sleeves got broken and then left a dent on the right side of my macbook aluminum. it's kind of big! :( oh noes! is there a way i could repair this? bring this to apple? how much kaya? :) it's so sad talaga. i should have bought a case :(
  2. pokerface

    pokerface New Member

    Feb 26, 2009
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    im afraid that could cost you some money, coz im pretty sure di yan covered ng warranty e.
  3. Eric

    Eric Member

    Apr 10, 2004
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    When you bring your laptop to an authorized service center, they'll have the part replaced instead of repaired. Dents are BTW, not covered by Applecare.

    When a vase fell on top of my daughter's old Powerbook, I bought the replacement part from and had it installed by Ynzal. Same with my current MBP: I had the top bezel (the part w/ the wrist rest and trackpad) replaced because of a deep gash. Had to pay 6k for the item. An Apple dealer friend brought it home from a recent trip from the mothership. :)
  4. mmarc

    mmarc Member

    Jan 8, 2009
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    waah I have a dent in my Macbook too.. my dad accidentally step on the lan cable connected to my Macbook so it feel from the center table. grrr.. after taking care of it like a baby now it has scars. Does anyone have an idea how much would the case holding the lcd cost? because it's the only part with a dent.

    Because of the incident, I am 100% sure of getting an Apple Care soon.

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