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    XMARLTONX's Avatar
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    Something For The Perfectionists...
    Close your Macbook.

    Now, with the hinged side facing away from you (as if you just finished using it) touch the left side where the screen and the keyboard meet. Now the right side.

    Does it feel like the left has a little ledge? Or is it just me? It is the slightest difference, very small, but I'm pretty sure it's there.

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    when i got my mb, its was perfect....

    since ive sold it to my girlfriend, i can feel the left side clips a little when brushing the side. like the monitor part is overhanging
    2.4ghz Unibody | Hitachi 320GB 7200 | 256MB 9600gt

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    Not the left side for me. It's the right side. The bottom half of the macbook is sort of bulging our farther than the lid.
    Macbook 1.83Ghz White
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    Both sides are lined up perfectly for me...

    June 2007
    July 2009

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    Cherokee's Avatar
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    Mine lines up perfectly. It's a good thing because I am a perfectionist. You should break your MacBook.
    iMac - 2.4 C2D - 4GB RAM | MacBook - 2.0 C2D - 2GB RAM | AirPort Extreme Base Station

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    i guess i should have read the directions before closing my macbook.
    iMac Aluminum 20" 2.4 ghz 2gb RAM 300gb HD
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    Same with mine. Whatever though

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    Ok on the right side. Left side has a difference of about .010-.015

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    Quote Originally Posted by XMARLTONX View Post
    Close your Macbook.

    Now, with the hinged side facing away from you (as if you just finished using it) touch the left side where the screen and the keyboard meet. Now the right side.

    Does it feel like the left has a little ledge? Or is it just me? It is the slightest difference, very small, but I'm pretty sure it's there.
    No one should have to suffer thru something like this. I would suggest you just pack it up and ship it to me to save you further pain......

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