Apple might pull a dodgy?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by kanshira, Feb 5, 2008.

  1. kanshira macrumors member

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    hi, i'm about to send my Macbook Pro off to apple to get my LCD display replaced because theres a small pixel sized bubble like circle/dot on the bottom left corner of my screen - about 2-3mm up from the corner. Its not exactly a big malfunction/defect, since its all the way down the bottom, but its distracting because i know where it is and tend to look at it..lol.

    I'm a bit paranoid that apple might pull a dodgy and replace my LCD with the old ones (replacing the LED display type with the old ones ... forgot what its called.. the cold cathrode ones).

    Is there a method to test if they replaced with the right one, or is there any out-standing differences to note for?

    thanks for help.
     
  2. tip macrumors 6502

    tip

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    They won't do that.

    One thing to note - there's a shortage of MBP displays right now at Apple. My MBP is in service and its status is "On hold - Part on order" for a display. I've seen a bunch of other posts from people that have been waiting since mid-January for MBP displays. It's pretty aggravating at the moment.
     
  3. forafireescape macrumors 6502a

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    I would really like to think that they wouldn't replace your screen with one that is less quality than what you paid for.
     

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