Question about Apple MacBook Pro Notebook
I'm going to tell you what the Apple tech will tell you, because it's true:
In many cases, the damage and the system failure do not occur at the same time. Sometimes, a customer will drop a system or spill something on it and find that the system continues to work for a while. Sometimes components can crack upon impact but the electrical and data connections may not open or short until well after the crack occurs. This can be due to flex on the system chassis or expansion or contraction with temperature change. Another example occurs when a hard drive is damaged by an impact but may continue to work at a lower standard of performance. In some cases, quite some time may pass before the unit finally fails.
Further bad news is that accidental damage is not covered by product warranty, including Applecare extended warranty, so the cost of the repair you need may be significant.
I'm sorry to have to be the bearer of bad news here, but my recommendation is that you repair or replace this computer ASAP.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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