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MacBook - Problems with casing


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Well I just noticed that when I touch the left side of my macbook, where the ports are located I can press it and feels like it clicks or something, it feels a little loose. Can I tighten the screws that are in the side to see if that fixes the problem? What is located in that side of the macbook? Should I be worried about this clicking sound?
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Is your MacBook still under warranty, Apple care? If it is, you might want to take it on in and have it looked at. There have been problems with certain MacBook machines constructed of polystyrene plastic cracking and\or warping around the edges. Apple has been real good about replacing whichever part of the case that was effected. Even if it's not still under warranty, take it on in.

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Yes I've only had it for 2 weeks so I'm still under the 1 year warranty so I might go to have it checked. Hope it's nothing serious. I haven't noticed any cracks or warps in the casing, I guess that with the hear it might get warped.
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