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    Default Macintosh repairs?

    Does anyone know a place that repairs macs in the capital?

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    not that I know of. You should call Apple Care first and see what they can do.

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    Mac Center Santo Domingo
    R Pastoriza 110
    Santo Domingo
    (809) 732-7753

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    Jose Contreras 48, near the university:
    V-Four Digital Store
    Tel. 809 508 6192
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    Quote Originally Posted by alabemos View Post
    Does anyone know a place that repairs macs in the capital?
    I've stolen the best computer repair guy (in fact anything repair guy and anything to do with computers!) from the capital - sorry, he's here in the UK now (might bring him back one day). I'll ask him tonight if he knows anyone and if you're not sorted I'll let you know tomorrow.

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    Talking Mac's

    Quote Originally Posted by alabemos View Post
    Does anyone know a place that repairs macs in the capital?
    I'm shocked! Mac repair is almost an oxymoron, they are so reliable!

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    Reminds me of the Rolls Royce story.

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    Actually, I have been told Mac computers are built to last three years after which parts start failing. By the way, I am a faithful Mac user. The explanation is that in three years the technology has changed in such a way, that one is better off replacing the whole machine.

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    I just had to replace my iBook G4 keyboard after two years of heavy, some might say excessive, use.

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