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Registered: 2012-12-05 Huntsville, AL
Yeah, Apple is really on top of the whole "workplace environmental danger" thing as well.|
I bought a late-2012 iMac in April, 2013, and paid for the "3-year extended warranty". The SD card slot never worked right, and the "SuperDrive" failed sometime in 2015, so I took the iMac to my local Apple store.
Now, I'm a smoker, and I smoke when I'm in my house. (My bad? As my old dentist told me many times, "It's a self-correcting problem.")
So a couple of days after I dropped the iMac off I got an email from the Apple store, complete with photographs of what they had found inside, especially the "smoke damage". They said that they "declined" to service my iMac under the warranty I had voided by presenting an environmental hazard to their employees.
Now, they had already taken apart the iMac, else I couldn't have had those photos, right? But they couldn't put a new SuperDrive in because it was so "dangerous", right? But they could still reassemble the computer without involving themselves in hazardous substances, right?
Something doesn't add up here, except under the heading of "horsecrap".