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Slight Separation on Back of PB


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Anyone else have a slight gap here as shown in my picture? Am I the only one? I don't know if this is normal so the aluminum has room to move, or if it might be considered warping?



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I guess I'm the only one :confused:
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it seems pretty straight to me...

just go to apple store and check if any of their PBs are like yours...
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I believe that's how they are...when you open up the lid, I think it was designed thay way to allow air ventilation. Yea, you should go check out other PowerBooks at your local Apple store.
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Ummm, mine isn't like that.
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I believe that's how they are...when you open up the lid, I think it was designed thay way to allow air ventilation. Yea, you should go check out other PowerBooks at your local Apple store.
I checked mine and this is not the case on mine. Since two powerbook owners have stated that their cases aren't like this, I would suggest you visit the apple store or call apple. I do not think this is right, it is quite evident that there is some disformation there.
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