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hey i just wanted to know has anyone ever used powerbookmedic.com for some send in service? i need some repair done on my macbook which is out of warranty and wanted to know how legit is powerbookmedic.
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They are legitimate and according to folks who have used them (do a forum search) they do good repair work. You can ask them to give you an estimate first before repairing.

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I didn't know very much about Powerbookmedic.com...so I went to the site to check them out.

And I gotta tell ya...how many repair sites (that have a send in service)...would actually post "how to" videos on how to take apart your computer & repair it.

Of course they sell parts as well for us Do-It-Yourselfers...so the videos come in handy for that.

Like I said, I've never used them...but they look like a pretty decent company!

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