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Macbook - Should I get this Case problem fixed?


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I just got a MacBook on Thursday and absolutley 100% love it. But, there are two small defects I have noticed. One, the case around the left side of the LCD, the white part, just that makes it look pretty, is loose. You can see how it doesnt fit flush like the other side. This is the same where the parts are on the left of the keyboard. Should I return this to the Apple Store I bought it at and get a refund, or do like mail thing through AppleCare, try to fix it myself, or do nothing?
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Take it back for an exchange. Take no chances! You only have like 13 days from when you purchase to get exchanges or refunds.
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or get refund and save a little more for MBP since it is aluminum.
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I didn't keep the box, because i had to cut it up to get the upc for the rebate. Will that be a problem?
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I think that's ok just as long as you have the system ;-) just tell them that you cut out a portion of the box and used it for rebate
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They replaced it with a new MacBook and swapped the hard drives!
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Glad you got it resolved...Hope you have no more problems.
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