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Old Nov 1st, 2010, 10:28 AM   #1
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Dropped my macbook :o!!!

I DROPPED MY MAC BOOK AND THERES A BIG DENT!! on the side. Is there a way to like change the whole macbook pro unibody? and how much would it be and stuff?
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Assuming that it's still working, just put an Apple decal over the dent then you can tell it's yours just by looking at it. ;-)

Unless it's dented like this one, then that's a different story:
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You can change the unibody itself, but it'll cost a small fortune - just for the part (over $350+); labour is additional and you don't do this yourself unless you're a real Apple technician.
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Assuming that it's still working, just put an Apple decal over the dent then you can tell it's yours just by looking at it. ;-)

Unless it's dented like this one, then that's a different story:
My old bashed Core 2 Duo - pictures enclosed - Mac Forums
haha i think mine is a bit worse :/
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Old Nov 28th, 2010, 12:38 AM   #6
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Hmmm... It sure sounds like things are a bit worse from your OP. ...

"I DROPPED MY MAC BOOK AND THERES A BIG DENT!! on the side..."

What and how it could be a bit worse I guess we'll never know.
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