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My model number is not located on the bottom of my MacBook?

First things first, I'm relatively technically savvy and I have googled this and am still on the phone with Apple being switched from operator to operator.

I can't find out whether my MacBook is unibody or not. Someone linked me to a video of Apple's engineer explaining the process of identifying whether it is or not, but it wouldn't load and I can't find it.

Also, whether it was a sticker or print on the bottom of my MacBook that showed the Model Number doesn't matter. It is gone, and I can't find the Model Number online.

Whenever I type my serial number into Apple's website I get this page:

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Plug in the last 3 or 4 digits of your serial number into this web site to get the exact model you have Everymac.

Then go to the iFixIt Guides if you need more help on servicing your system

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Of course you've already looked here. And realized that ALL MBP since 2008 have been. . . unibody design.

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