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|MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Early 2011|| |
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April 27, 2013
I had issues with both my hard drive and my fan. Both were making lots of noise and the hard drive was failing diagnostics. I replaced the hard drive first, using the videos from ifixit, and then I ordered the parts and tools to do the fan also.
Great. Easy. Anyone who can watch a video and use a screwdriver can do this.
Keep up the good work. You guys rock.
March 11, 2013
February 21, 2013
After having the macbook checked by the Apple authorized repair shop, they diagnosed a complete replacement of the motherboard and keybard for 940$
I went to your site and to different Forums and I decided to replace the MagSafe board and the fan, that seemed to be a little sticky .
With the tools I got from you I took the MacBook apart as described on your site. I washed the parts with Isopropilyc alcohool and let them dry for 48 hours. then I reinstalled everything back and ... voilà, back in buisiness !!!!
IMHO 90% of water problems can be solved by replacing the MagSafe board ! Just follow the instructions on iFixit.com
November 28, 2012
I've been dealing with a rattling fan for a while now... like a light chatter even at rest. Then last week as I was working the computer pretty good it started grinding. Time to replace.
Very easy. Took about 5 minutes. The hardest part is getting the fan connector connected to the board.. with my fat fingers anyway. Maybe some rubber tipped tweezers might help. But the video guide was perfect and I was done in minutes.
One suggestion. The fan is pressure fit to a grill/filter of sorts. I had a good collection of dust there after taking out the bad fan. Take some masking tape and press it against that grill. You'll grab all the dust easily.
February 9, 2012
January 13, 2012
The fan got increasingly noisy.
It was a breeze. The step-by-step instructions, especially the video, were exceptionally clear and helpful. When I actually did it, it felt like deja vu.
I wonder if the problem with the fan was the accumulation of dust...sort of like when ice forms asymmetrically on the wheels of your car , throwing off the balance and making the car shake at higher speeds...
The fan blades were caked with dust.