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MacBook Pro

Hello all,

I have a MacBook Pro, 2008 model and would like to sell/auction it. But the battery for this notebook has completely drained. There is an additional problem when the screen folds and is re-opened and occasionally the display is not correctly displaying. Half the picture is dark, I mean the pixels off. This could be due to the bad connection between the computer and the display cable usually passing through the monitor bend where the maximum stress occurs.

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Cassy.
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Re: MacBook Pro

Try taking it to an Apple Store, they're known for excellent customer support even after warranty expiration and may be able to fix it for a reasonable fee. With respect to the battery, you can pick up a replacement off Ebay and swap it out yourself.
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