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well, today i noticed that when my lappy is closed, the right side of the screen hangs over the lower casing a good amount. it isnt like this on the left,too. Anyone have this? if so, what dids apple do asbout it. Ive already had it replaced twice(both within the 2 week period, but its well out now) and it starts to get annoying.
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well, today i noticed that when my lappy is closed, the right side of the screen hangs over the lower casing a good amount. it isnt like this on the left,too. Anyone have this? if so, what dids apple do asbout it. Ive already had it replaced twice(both within the 2 week period, but its well out now) and it starts to get annoying.
If it's a continuation of a fault that happened while your mac was under warranty and it's still not properly fixed, take it back.
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my macbook pro is doing that a little bit, I havent had time to take it in though.
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im gonna take it in at some point, but im not in a rush.
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Mine hangs over just a little bit, but I haven't decided whether it is worth taking in or not.

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