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Hello,

I would like to know if something could happened to my macbook. It felt. Corner where CD room is, is damaged. Everything works perfect now, there is a CD inside and I didnt try to take it out. I think it would stuck, but it works.
My question is. is it posible that there will be some problems because of that damage later? O I shouldnt be afraid?

Macbook pro 17

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I think the OP is saying that it fell. >_>"

If it still works then I wouldn't linger or worry about it.
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