MacBook Unibody Repair
MacBook Damaged Case Repair Service
How The Unibody Should Look Like
It should have rounded edges, with the front ones being identical just as the ones in the back. A dent in the edges is easy to spot. You would see a small depression informing you that your computer may have slammed on the floor. If you are buying a new product, check well for dents at the edges.
Glossy rubber bottom under your Mac function to suspend it above the desk surface. The space between your Mac and the desk allows for air to seep in and out between the gap. The rubbers primarily function to grip the surface so that your computer does not slide around unsteadily. The rubbers also prevent scratching of the unibody as you shift your Mac from one surface to another. A complete unibody should have all the rubber bottoms. To identify a missing rubber, check for an empty shallow hole under your laptop.
The unibody has ports that allow for connection to external devices. There are ports for external disk drives, power cables, HDMI, flash drives and whole sectioned opening for the air to get in to and out as circulated by the fan. Certain unibody ports and opening may be blocked, and this would hinder vital functions of the computer. Check to see that the ports are free. If your computer suffered a fall, the ports may be misaligned and hence connecting devices to them may prove difficult. In this case, the repair would entail opening up the unibody and returning every component that is out of place to its original location.
Unibody Repair & Replacement
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