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iMac - Imac alloy 24" screen problem


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could any one shed some light on this ,its only just happened over the last few days and seems to be getting darker ,the machine is only a few weeks old and was wondering if it warrants taking in for repair or if any one else has some views on what i should do

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Definitely take it on in. Make an appointment first so you don't have to wait around for hours.

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thanks i was really praying some one was guna come back and tell me about a magic button to press any every thing would be ok,,,dam , im new to macs and love them ,whats there support and repair service like

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thanks i was really praying some one was guna come back and tell me about a magic button to press any every thing would be ok,,,dam , im new to macs and love them ,whats there support and repair service like mark
Apple support and repair services lead the industry. I think you'll find it to be excellent.

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Is the screen darker or is it appearing dirty?
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