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Hi was wondering if apple replaces the entire casing on a macbook pro like the keys top and bottom for instance if youu had to many scratches and dents on it can you send it to them and get a whole new body
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Sure - you can have it repaired. Just note that this wouldn't be covered under the warranty, so there would be significant expense involved.

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A quick search found this site for mbp parts.

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thanks that was realy helpful now i have some idea of what it would cost thnaks again
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