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My Macbook Pro fell a short distance a little while ago, but it seemed there was no damage. I then realized that it had landed where the power cord was plugged in, and now that piece is dented.

As of now the power cord plugs in just fine, but i wanted to know if i should have this looked at. I have AppleCare, would that cover a damage like this?
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I have AppleCare, would that cover a damage like this?
No.
If it works then don't worry about it.

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use that extra money you paid to ensure the best resell or trade in value ?
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use that extra money you paid to ensure the best resell or trade in value ?
Yeah, they don't cover things like dropping laptops or spilling water on them. Worth a try I guess, but I don't think it's likely that they will repair it.
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