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MacBook Pro - Display problem - Help


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My macbook pro display has gone faulty - see pic, any idea whats wrong, it works fine on an external monitor. See; www.iicm.ie/mac.htm

its a 2.0ghz intel, how much will a repair be I wonder
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How long have you had it? If it's less than a year I'm pretty sure that should be covered under warranty!

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No, I've no warranty
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