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Crack on case, next to monitor


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I got a new crack on the laptop case next to the monitor. It looks like I can replace the piece but I'm not sure what its called so I don't know what to search for. What is this piece called? Does anybody know how much it'll cost to fix and if its hard to fix?




A small crack is also forming on the other side.
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Try the folks at Mac Repair - Mac Parts and Service for Apple Macbook, iPhone, iPad. They have a good stock of parts for most Apple notebook machines, even the older ones. Make sure you have your model number on hand before you go there.
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The same thing happened to my Macbook a week or 2 ago. It started with a crack on the left side, then the right side. Then the casing fell apart to the point that the monitor can't stand up on its own, and now it won't close. I'm sorry I can't offer better advice, but I will say get it checked out before your monitor literally falls apart. I'm also tagging this thread for any further tips
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