Hi, my Macbook aluminum has stopped working after a severe shock when plugging in a USB device. Ive been in china for a few months now and when I arrived I purchased a 2 prong foldout style AC adapter for my macbook since I forgot the three prong one at home. Since then I've been getting shocked by my Macbook in most locations especially in the building I live in. The first severe problem was when I tried plugging in the power adapter a few weeks ago and it made contact with the housing of the laptop and there was a big shock that tripped the breaker and left a black mark on the side. Luckily the computer still worked. So I tried plugging it into a different location and it was better but more recently I tried plugging in a midi to USB device and the same thing occured only worse. Now the computer won't turn on at all. My computer has the one year plan, but the local outlet does not want to repair the motherboard unless I pay close to 1000$ US and I know I should have maybe used the three prong adapter but this isn't completely my fault. Should they cover this?