Guest Quafe24 Posted November 30, 2009 Report Share Posted November 30, 2009 Was just reading a story about a couple different people who had their macbooks overheat. After they sent it in for warranty repairs and replacement apple informed them that the warranty was void. Apparently the presence of cigarette smoke residue will cause internal problems in a macbook significant enough that Apple considers it sabotage. The way apple puts it is. "cigarette residue" is a "bio-hazard." So because its a biohazard they want to charge $3,000 to fix it. Interesting since a new one doesnt even cost that much. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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