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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

PB Fell off of bed! :(

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Oh god.
My PB just feel off of my top bunk bed.
The right side of it (15in) got all bent up where the ports are. It also got bent up a little bit where the cd drive is. Basically is just looks like the aluminum casing is all that is damaged.

What do I do? I have no applecare but I haven't had it for more than a year. Anything warrantable?

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Ring Apple? They may have a solution. If it's under your home insurrance then you could get that sorted.

Poor you
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Ya, covered by home insurance.

$100 Deductable. Not too bad.
The painfull part is at least 3-5 days without her
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Well that's the important thing that it's covered.
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If its been 90 days since you got it, you still have phone support or something else like that, i think. Good luck with your PowerBook
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