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MacBook - lcd screen discolored slightly from pressure


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I think i might have dead pixels on my aluminum macbook, but i'm not sure what it is . Its more of a lighter color than the rest of screen and looks like a giant line across the middle of the screen that is probably 2 inches long with two other lines coming off the bottom of it that are both about an inch long but very thin, and shows up on a black background the best but it very faint. It drives me crazy though! And i think it had to do with pressure, because it happened shortly after i let someone use my macbook and they shut by putting their thumb on the screen and fingers on the outside. Is there any way to fix it?
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When did you buy it, and was it new, is it still in it's warranty period?
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i bought it in december 2008 new, straight off apple.com and it was shipped to my house. i dont know anything about the warranty because it was a gift, but i know if there was any optional longer warranty, it wasn't purchased.
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Get it in quick to your Apple store as it is still under warranty.
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