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Macbook - How to find the nearest apple service shop?


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Hey guys!
Because I want to change the battery of my macbook, I need a service shop.
Unfortunately i am not able to find a service shop in the Internet.
I live in Selsey (South England).
Someone could help me please. I am a fool with computers.
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search the internet for "macbook battery replacement". its very simple, you could do it yourself. I get confused with 2+2 and I was able to figure out how to do it with a friends macbook.


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MacBook: How to remove or install the battery

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=303724


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