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    Unhappy Well, Just dropped my iMac off to apple for repair
    I just dropped it off for a faulty firewire 400 drive, and my super drive wont burn dvd-rw's. How long do you think it will take to get it back?

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    Pretty hard for us to tell, actually.

    It all depends on what they need to fix, and if they have the spare parts available or not, etc.

    I would ask the people at the place you delivered your imac instead. Good luck and lets hope you get your mac fixed soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strukt View Post
    Pretty hard for us to tell, actually.

    It all depends on what they need to fix, and if they have the spare parts available or not, etc.

    I would ask the people at the place you delivered your imac instead. Good luck and lets hope you get your mac fixed soon
    Thanks alot. Yeah, i asked them and they said they will call me in two days to tell me what they found wrong with it(even though i already know) then they said it will take from 1 day to 2 weeks to fix I just really hope it doenst take that long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luminosity View Post
    I just dropped it off for a faulty firewire 400 drive, and my super drive wont burn dvd-rw's. How long do you think it will take to get it back?
    I took mine in for an LCD panel and SuperDrive replacement. They told me up front that they didn't have the SuperDrive in stock. Still, I got a call just a little over 24 hours later saying it was ready to pick up. I'm sure parts availability, diagnostic/repair time, and their current backlog of repairs are all factors, but based on my experience and what I've heard from friends, I'd guess anywhere from a day to a week. Hopefully, you'll be as pleasantly surprised as I was.
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