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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by Webb, Feb 25, 2010.
How can I fix this without opening the MacBook ? Maybe super glue or something ?
contact apple, the palm rests coming apart is a known problem, they should repair it for free
Yeah I did that and they asked me for my Applecare,which I don't have.
you shouldnt need applecare, i sent a macbook in with the same problem with no applecare and they replaced the case :S
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Well the US is cheap.
just set up an appointment with the genius bar at the nearest apple store. they will replace it for free. regardless of warranty status
This is a recurring problem with the Non-Unibody MacBooks, and Apple covers this even if you MacBook is out of warranty. The same thing happened to mine about 2 months ago, and I only had to pay labor costs. I live about 2 hours from an Apple Store so I had to take mine to an Apple Service Provider, they covered the part and I just paid for labor. I'm not for sure if Apple Store's charge for labor but I know Service Providers do.
If you're like me and don't live close to an Apple Store and don't know where a Service Provider might be, here is a link to find one.
I work 5 minutes walk from one.How long does it take to fix it ? Average ?
I've almost always had shorter turnaround time on repairs by sending the machine in, even counting shipping time in both directions; my last three Apple notebook repairs each took 3 days.
I don't think I've ever had a repair done at an Apple Store that was ready in 3 days.
I would rather take it to a store that they can fix on the spot.
Some stores carry parts, I had to wait 3 days for mine. Not a big issue though as it was free