I'm in a pickle, everyone and I need guidance. Okay, first after returning from a trip my Wi-Fi started acting up. Settings said it was turned off but the Menu Bar said it was on and nothing Wi-Fi worked, AirDrop was gone. I restart and the Menu Bar said Wi-Fi: No Hardware installed. I took my MacBook five hours to my nearest Apple Store for repair, they took it and "repaired" it. I retrieved it, but I should've stayed in store because it said no Wi-Fi hardware was installed again after a few minutes of use. I go back and they said they'd ship it to their repair facility. A few days later, I received an e-mail saying further action was required. My options were: pay $160 + tax for out of warranty repairs because of a dent they tried to say caused the issues or return without repairs. I don't even have $10, return. I get it in the mail, it works! Then it stops, then it works, then it stops, and then it works. I look at my dent, then I look up pictures of my MacBook Pro model torn down, the dent isn't even near the wireless card or the connector! The dent actually touches the hard drive ribbon but it doesn't gouge it or apply pressure and it's been like this for months now. Bluetooth also works fine without issue. I'm afraid if I take it back and explain my findings, they'll still say "Dent: $160 + tax." What should I do?