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Late 2011 model, A1278 / 2.4 GHz i5 or 2.8 GHz i7 processor.

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Getting the mainboard part number from mac serial number

My Mac serial number is C02HLLC7DV13 , the main-board of this Mac has gone faulty and I need to change it, unfortunately I am traveling and need the correct part number to check the prices in my home (India), the UK where I am currently in and the US. The numbers given just above my ram chips are the serial no. quoted above and MBL Np. C02216400XVDTMVAM and EMC No. 2555 , I need to check for the prices in Ebay and some local partners, what references with regards to getting the main-board name correct, should I be using, thanks in advance,

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Prashanth , by your serial number, your "MAc" is a MacBook PRO

"2.4 GHz Core i5 (I5-2435M)

Intro Date: October 24, 2011 Disc Date: June 11, 2012

Order No: MD313LL/A Model No: A1278 (EMC 2555*)

Subfamily: Late 2011 13" Model ID: MacBookPro8,1

Std RAM: 4 GB Std VRAM: 384 MB

Std Storage: 500 GB (5400 RPM) Std Optical: 8X DL "SuperDrive"

Apple part number for that is 661-6158 which is a 820-2936-A logic board. Hope this helps, good luck.

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Right on the money. Thanks!!!



Can you please help me to get the same details for my macbook air?

I need the logic board part number, 661-****** number


MacBook Air (11-inch, Early 2015)

Thank you


@taifgeorge what exactly are you looking for? The logic board or the specs to it? It seems like you have the 661 number to find it.....


Hello I need help in getting my MB Part number, I really will appreciate a lot! Thank you?

Intro. March 9, 2015 Disc. June 5, 2017

Order MF839LL/A* Model A1502 (EMC 2835)

Family Retina Early 2015 13" ID MacBookPro12,1

RAM 8 GB* VRAM 1.5 GB*

Storage 128, 256 GB SSD* Optical None*

And where do you suggest I buy it?

Is this info enough?

Thank you!


Never mind I found ti! Thanks anyway!


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C02HLLC7DV13 is not your MBP serial number. The machine serial has eleven characters, first character is a W just like this one (W8104E8VATM) last three characters identify the MBP model (ATM is for the 13" MBP 2.4ghz 2010 serie). But what you really need is the Apple logic board ID that you can find written at the left end of the logic board near the fan. First three numbers are 820 so it looks like this: 820-2879.

If the MBP boot the OS you can find the machine serial number going to the Apple menu----> About this Mac...----> More Infos.

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Your machine came back as you ID it. Parts catalog here offers some part Numbers product codes.[Logic+Boards]=on

Any correct sized unibody '11 board will work (early or late, but no other years) be certain you match up SD or no board (only differences in the boards)

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Is there a website where I can check what mother board I need to buy?

My macbook pro is 2010 - A1286 with serial nr: C02GKJSDV7M

Does anyone also know a good suplier in uk for mother boards?

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Can you help me identify the reference number of my logic board?

It's a MacBook Air 13inch

Model A1466 EMC 2632

Class B specifications.

Contains FCC ID:QDS-BRCM1072

IC: 4324A-BRCM1072

TM and © 2013

Serial C02LPBNAF5V7


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