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Hi fellow member over here, my friend accidentally caused some cosmetically

damaged on the top of my 13 inch macbook pro aluminum case situated on

the one which was fixed with the monitor.

Anyone have any idea to fixed this problem including the cost ?

Thanks a lot
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Welcome to the club...there are lots of MacBook's & MacBook Pro's running around with cosmetic issues (dents & scratches).

I think you pretty much have to live with it...or purchase a new MacBook...and be more careful next time. Like purchase some sort of protective product for the MacBook's exterior.

- Nick
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