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There is no thermal sensor here. FindI think you just have the bad luck of having had a sensor go out as you did the SSD upgrade.

Or the laptop is filled with dust. Both are possible.

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ASD 3S144 and tell me which sensor gives you an error and we can work to figure out what is wrong, otherwise you are 100% guessing and will never find the cause of the issue. The drive has nothing to do with the sensors in this model.
There is no thermal sensor here. FindI think you just have the bad luck of having had a sensor go out as you did the SSD upgrade.

Or the laptop is filled with dust. Both are possible.

Find
ASD 3S144 and tell me which sensor gives you an error and we can work to figure out what is wrong, otherwise you are 100% guessing and will never find the cause of the issue. The drive has nothing to do with the sensors in this model.
 
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I would run GPUtest to kill your GPU so Apple replaces the board before the repair program for these runs out February of 2016. Your board is 3 years old so the chip is very close to dead. Apple will not be covering these after February 2016, so I'd do everything I could to get the board replaced by them before then. It won't be a better board, but it will be one that is "newer" than yours with less mileage on it so you can at least squeeze another few years out of it.

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Original post by: zzz ,

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There is no thermal sensor here. Find ASD 3S144 and tell me which sensor gives you an error and we can work to figure out what is wrong, otherwise you are 100% guessing and will never find the cause of the issue. The drive has nothing to do with the sensors in this model.

P.S.

I would run GPUtest to kill your GPU so Apple replaces the board before the repair program for these runs out February of 2016. Your board is 3 years old so the chip is very close to dead. Apple will not be covering these after February 2016, so I'd do everything I could to get the board replaced by them before then. It won't be a better board, but it will be one that is "newer" than yours with less mileage on it so you can at least squeeze another few years out of it.

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