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Hello, I recently dropped my MacBook Pro and the bottom right corner is a bit dented and was wondering if this will cause any internal damage to my MacBook? As of writing this my Mac is running fine, but was just curious if I will run into problem later and if I should even worry about trying to fix it. (I can post better pics..just ask)
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It's really hard to say or predict. If it's running fine now…just keep your fingers crossed that it will continue to work fine.

If something was damaged by the drop…you will know when things start not working properly. There's really no other way to say it.

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Alright, thanks for your input. Hope it continues running smoothly.
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Hope it continues running smoothly.
Me too. Good Luck!

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