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Mac Laptop Case Falling Off

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Im here to ask for help on the case that covers the top of the laptop right around where the touch pad is. I was careless and because of it I managed to accidently drop my laptop on the floor. When I dropped it the left side of the case popped open and I was wondering if anyone could let me know if there is a fix to this and if its easy? Heres a picture of the case.

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