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Dropped my Powerbook

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Crap crap crap... I was always so careful.
My TiPowerbook was sitting on my bed and I moved the comforter and guess what... the Powerbook fell. I now have a thin line stretching across the display.

Any ideas, suggestions ? I have a feeling I'm going to be visiting the local repair place but, I just wanted to check before I head there. :bandage:

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does it start up and work fine? if it does, try running the apple hardware disc to make sure theres no physical damage.
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Yeah, it works fine (thank goodness). I'll give the hardware disc a shot.

Edit.. hardware test passed.
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