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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by audioteknika, Jul 24, 2009.
Or is it possible just to walk in and ask someone ? It was under repair.
You don't need an appointment, but I would call first to make sure it's ready.
I thought they usually called the person. They called me when mine was done.
they aren't the greatest at calling... i had mine repaired at the chicago store on michigan avenue for a failed nvidia 8600m gt and got tired of waiting and finally called the store to find out it had been done for 2 days
key to calling retail store is to press the #5 when the automated voice comes on with options and it will get you right through to a live person at the store and prevent you from getting transferred off to applecare
Yes, but occasionally they have to leave messages.
To the OP, like it's been said, just simply call - you def. don't need to schedule anything.