|Feb 1, 2013, 09:54 PM||#1|
MacBook Air with damaged hinges
My MBA was crushed a wee bit the only damage is on the hinges,, they have broken and now the computer closes lopsided unless held in place~~ want to repair ASAP the ac store where I live charges 50 $ for inspection+parts +labor, could there be a more economical option?? curious~ let me know your advice ~ thank you so much!
|Feb 2, 2013, 07:00 PM||#4|
I think the OP is trying to say it's $50 for the inspection. Plus the cost of whatever parts they would need to replace, plus the cost of labor (how many hours it takes).
Why not give it to Apple and have them tell you what needs to be done and get a quote from them first? Then you can price shop at authorized third party repair center (if price is a concern) or if time is a factor, then weigh that in as well in terms of turn around time.
MBA 13", i5 1.8GHz, 8GM RAM, 128GB SSD
These are amazing products that enrich our lives that we see as toys, remember that they are expensive and should be used as tools to reach our dreams~
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