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My ibook is exhibiting all the signs that its logic board has failed. I checked the apple website and it says that I am eligible for a free repair. However it doesn't give an address or a contact number to find out where to send it.Can anyone help me out? I suppose someone from the uk would be ideal because of the necessary contact details for apple in the uk.
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There should be a customer service or technical support number you can call if there isn't an Apple store near you. The easiest thing is to drop it off at an Apple store.
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