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Three keys popped off my Macbook (white, not unibody), including that clear plastic thingy. I have looked at every YouTube video and website that details how to put it back on, but I just can't seem to do it.

Would this be something I could just bring into an Apple Genius Bar for them to fix? Will it cost any money? (And if so, how much?)

Also, does anyone know if they're still fixing the cracked palm rests outside of warranty for free?

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As for the palm rest, take it on in to them. All they can do is say no. Generally when the keys pop off like that it's because they're worn and won't stay in place - which usually means a new keyboard.
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