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MacBook - Broken "K" Key


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I am curious as to how Apple would replace a broken key on a Macbook? With the iBook it was easy, install a new keypad. Anyone have experience with this on Macbook? What they actually do? I have AppleCare so I will take it in to replace that and the cracked case, FOR THE SECOND TIME

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