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Where are Temperature sensors on MacBook air 13 2012

Good afternoon. Faced with the problem of spontaneous reboot my laptop MacBook AIR 13 mid 2012. Diagnostic Utility gives an error: 4sns/1/s0000008:Th1H-124. The service is proposed to replace the keyboard and trackpad. Who can tell where there are temperature sensors, whether such a procedure will help?

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i am sure there is some code to get these to display or even extract some kind of log of the temps but even better you could get software that will tell you real time temps. personally i use istats, i get all kinds of info worth the 15 some odd euro i paid for the app

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Problem was solved by replacing the keyboard, and the replacement of temperature sensors in the touchpad. Because seizure off button on the keyboard, has constant reboot. Fix the keyboard failed, it had to change. Errors in temperature sensor touchpad led to the CPU at 300% Repair went much cheaper than the official service.

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You'll need to install an app which accesses them. Here is what I use: TG Pro for less than $20 its worth it!

Once you have it installed it will show you more clearly whats going on here. Post a screenshot on what it shows you.

To help keep the system running a little longer, try putting your system into a plastic bag squeezing out all of the air and putting it into the refrigerator (not the freezer!) Don't leave it in more than an hour.

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