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My dog chewed the crap outta my Mac remote and it still works!


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I came home last night to find my Mac remote chewed into pieces on the couch last night. The battery pack was removed, battery was tooth dented and both top and bottom pieces chewed out. I was a bit steamed. After showing it to my dog and exclaiming 'NO" I began figured I mite as well reassemble. I rebent the ends to fit the battery pack back in, forced it in there and force clipped the bottom end piece back into place. I worked on manipulating the top black piece back in with no avail. Then the test. HOLY SMOKES IT WORKS STILL. I think i just upgraded my remote to a custom dog chewed one of a kind piece of art which is now on ebay for 1000dollars!! JK (bout the ebay part ..) GOOD DOG
Anyways just thought I'd share and add a couple pics.



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Thanks for sharing.

Nice looking dog BTW.

I've always wanted to be smart, handsome and modest. But, I guess I'll have to be satisfied with two out of three . . .
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If you want a new one then you can get either
Apple Remote - Apple Store (U.S.)
or http://www.amazon.com/Apple-Remote-r...6216430&sr=8-2
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