Unibody MBP Problem

Discussion in 'MacBook Air, MacBook & MacBook Pro' started by Jericho, Dec 11, 2009.

  1. Jericho

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    I recently bought MBP 15" 2.8GHz C2D in Singapore. I lately noticed that when I place it on top of the table, it is not 100% flat. It looks like the body is tilted a bit. I thought that the surface of the table is the problem but when I tried to place it on other tables, the problem is still there. So I think the MBP unibody is the problem. I even tried it on glass table and same thing. Did anyone encounter the same issue? Can I call any Apple store here in Manila to replace it even if I bought it from Singapore? Any reply will be appreciated...
     
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    After reading your post I looked at mine and it seems flat on my glass surface... try to call Zapura (Sapura, formerly Diversitech), they might be able to help you out. They are the distributor of Apple here... if I am correct... =D
     
  3. ronmtorres

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    I think apple's warranty is international; meaning regardless of where you bought it, you can go to any apple service center to have it repaired.
     
  4. michaelpaolo

    michaelpaolo New Member

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    Try contacting Microwarehouse, i think they can look into your MBPs problem.

    Microwarehouse - Apple Authorised Service Provider

    #4 United street, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City, Philippines 1603

    Tel: (+632) 6370474 Fax: (+632) 6363720

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    Business days -> Mondays - Friday Business hours -> 9:00 am to 6:00pm
     
  5. ishg

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    I'd recommend you bring your Mac to Digital Hub. They attended to the repair of my Mac even if I got it from the States. If you check the other threads around here about repairs, you'll see that a lot of Muggers really recommend DH.



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  6. ste@lth

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    +1 to this, DH is the best deal when it comes to service for me... ;)
     

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