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MacBook Pro - Anyone know if the apple store can fix a broken cd drive or replace it?


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Im still under warranty and my CD drive makes this really loud noise and only reads discs half the time. I was wondering if anyone knew if the apple store would be able to fix something like that without me having to send it in?
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Most of the time they can replace a defective CD\DVD drive in the store. It may take several days depending on their workload and whether or not they have the drive in stock.

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They did mine same-day, but the parts were in stock. Go ahead and schedule an appointment.

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When you make the appointment tell them the problem and they may get a drive in just in case it needs swapping out.
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