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Just got my macbook pro 2 days ago....and realised when watchin a dvd today...the eject button on the top right is really loose......and also the cover when closed rises up on the left and right...is this a common problem??

or should I take it back and get a new one? however...there might be more problems in a new replacement.

Need help asap so I can get it replaced.

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Mine is loose also. I have never had any problems with it though.
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HOW loose?

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really loose! i brought it to the apple repar centre...and they said it'll take 7-10 to fix.....come on is only one single loose key....so i took it bck to the reseller shop and they are looking into it right now....however...wt ever the outcome....i will definately looking for a replacement!!
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The left side of mine just sits a little bit higher then the rest of they keys. I can push it down to make it level but it pops right back up. It still works thought so I'm not complaining.
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the thing is...i get really annoyed bout these lil things...
i got the eject key fixed at last...but now the F12 key is loose..they had a look at it..and they cant do anything about it....

apple build is not really great....
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