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Dear Mac friends,
Last month I bought a MacBook Pro with 1GB Ram. The Low end one.
I think I have a problem:
My Arrow keys are higher than others
My Screen locker is crap i think, it sometimes opens itself.
Can I claim for this loose locker or the screen is not well fixed?
Thanks for your attention,
Dev
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Make an appointment at your local Apple store and they will look at it and determine what they can do with it.
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Agreed - something isn't quite right there. I couldn't force by MBP lid open without tools. It clips solidly and the keys are all exactly level. I agree with Rizzo, check in with your local Apple store - and if there isn't one, call Apple Care and find out what your options are.
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Hi,

Thanks for your your answers. It has helped me. I will contact with the Apple local store very soon.
And I am sorry for my inapropiate language!
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No problem. Let us know what happens. : )
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