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Model A1181: 1.83, 2, 2.1, 2.13, 2.16, 2.2, or 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo processor

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Found two schematics for MacBook, trying to figure out correct one

Hello, I have a macbook logic board (A1181) which needs to be repaired, and I am trying to figure out which schematic I need to purchase. The Macbook I have is the 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo 2008 model. The part number printed on the board is 820-2279-A. Now, I found two different schematics that correspond to the board with this model number, save for one difference: one schematic is 820-2279-K36A and the other is 820-2279-K36. Which one do I need to buy?

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FWIW - these are the part numbers from the manual

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buying something stolen??

no, that should not be an option: read this and this and snoop a little bit around ;-)

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Stolen? I don't think it's similar to your information at your free links, but I bought the manual from a laptop service dealer.


yes - stolen! - it's pretty common that people sell "service manuals" on the internet - but those kind of manuals is not for sale to anyone - except for service partners of the company. there are no "legal" service manual and no new approved original apple parts on the market - parts are always be from a "butchered" apple product or simply a knock off product from asia.....


+ nice site. I'd never seen it before.


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