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I'm wondering what kind of routine clean up I can get done through Applecare in the last week or so that I have it. If I decide not to extend it, can I get anything out of it before then?

I'm not looking to lie to get anything for free, but I'd like to know if there is anything available. For instance, if my touchpad is becoming dull and non-responsive, can I get it replaced free of charge?

Just want to know whats available to me, thats all...

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If there is nothing wrong with the machine, then you'll get nothing.

If you have something wrong with it, I suggest you take it in, let them check it out and see what they'll do.

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