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Old Aug 25, 2004, 10:03 AM   #1
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PB Warping

I'm wondering if I should send my Rev B refurb back to Apple again... the casing is slightly warped, it doesn't sit flat on my desk because the upper left and bottom right corners are slightly askew... something like an uneven chair or table. Also, at times when I push or rest my hands on the areas next to the trackpad, I'll hear some sort of clicking from what I believe is the aluminum bending from the weight of my hand.

Any ideas, or should I just try and send it back to Apple for service? It's still under warranty.
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Old Aug 25, 2004, 10:53 AM   #2
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If your PB is noticably warped, then you should call apple or take it into an apple store if there is one near and let them look at it. I have heard of this happening a few times, but it is still beyond me why it happens.
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