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Model of Motherboard for MBA 13"

I have a Macbook Air 13" A1466 EMC 2559. I would like to know where I can physically find the model number of the logic board. such as 802 etc. Can someone explain the process so I can do it myself next time?

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CluelessInSeattle you will find that the 820-XXXX number is imprinted (sometimes silk screened) on the board itself. See example attached.

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Armed with that number you can then use your favorite online search engine to determine where this board belongs to etc. Here is an incomplete list that I use for my collection and repairs.

820-1881 A1150

820-1984 A1200 EMC 2111

820-2132 A1229 EMC 2137 MacBookPro3,1

820-2179 A1237 EMC 2142 MacBookAir 2008 1.8mhz

820-2223 A2210

820-2279 A1181

820-2375 A1304 EMC 2334 MacBookAir2,1

820-2496 A1181 Macbook 13

820-2523 A1286 MacBookPro mid2009

820-2530 A1278

820-2567 A1342 Macbook2009

820-2610 A1297

820-2784 A1311 EMC2389

820-2796 A1370 EMC2471 MacBookAir4.1

820-2838 A1369 MBA 2010

820-2850 A1286 MacBookPro mid 2010

820-2879 A1278 EMC 2351 MBPro7,1 with a "B" for 2010 mbp 13"

820-2901 A1312

820-2914 A1297 Late 2011

820-2915 A1286 EMC 2353

820-2915-B 2011 mbp 15" i7

820-2936 A1298 EMC 2419

820-2936-B 2011 mbp 13"

820-3023 A1369 MBA Core i5 1_7 13 _Mid-2011

820-3024 A1370

820-3208 A1465 EMC 2558 MacBookAir5,1

820-3209 A1466 EMC 2559 MacBookAir5,2

820-3332 A1398 EMC 2512

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