1709 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Mar 20, 2010 11:29 PM by Michael Lafferty
Hi lexie777 and welcome to Apple Discussions.
There have, apparently, been quite a few reports of this. Have a look here:
Your best bet is to take it to an Apple Store, you are still within your 12 months warrantee and should get it repaired.
Authorized Apple dealers and service providers will replace—at no cost—the keyboard and case top assembly of a white non-unibody MacBook for this issue, so long as your machine is not more than 3 years old and does not exhibit what Apple terms customer abuse, including spill damage. Your machine does not have to be covered by the initial one-year warranty, or by an AppleCare extension to qualify. There are no parts or labor charges associated with this replacement.
This program is entirely different from a similar program which replaced white keyboard and case top assemblies which became discolored because of the interaction with the plastic they were constructed of, and the environment. That original program to address discoloration has expired.