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the top thin layer of my macbook splintered. it is right where my right palm is as I type. you know that thin layer of skin where our palms go right? does anyone know if I can get a new top layer of skin that would go on there or if that's even possible? any help would rock. thanks.
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Do you have a CoreDuo Macbook or the Core2Duo? Is it black or is it white? Finally, when did you buy it and do you have Applecare?


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CoreDuo, white, August 06, No Applecare.

I realize I'm going to have to pay for repairs, but that's fine.
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Standard Apple warranty is one year so your laptop is still covered. We have a thread here about a week ago having the top replaced by Apple for discolorization. This may apply to your computer too. It pays to ask Apple.
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Here is the thread

replaced hand stained macbook top
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very unfortunate. contact apple.
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