MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2010) 2.4 GHz Logic Board

  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2010) 2.4 GHz Logic Board
  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2010) 2.4 GHz Logic Board
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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2010) 2.4 GHz Logic Board

Condition: Used

$199.99

$199.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

Replace your broken logic board!

Reinstallation requires thermal paste.

This product does not work in the 13" Model A1278 MacBook. The 2.4 GHz Logic Board for the 13" Model A1278 MacBook is here.

Compatibility

Repair Stories

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My Problem

My MacBook Pro was suffering from the same Graphics problem as many others have experienced.

My Fix

I followed the instructions to take out the faulty Logic Board. Then I installed the replacement from iFixIt, with a little bit of thermal paste. Got it all screwed back together and was done in 25 Minutes. . . .

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My Problem

The logic board failed due to my daughter spilling milk on it. I tried to clean the board but the lactic acid managed to eat away some of the thin traces.

My Fix

I ordered a replacement from iFixIt, removed the old board and installed the new one. The system booted and everything worked as expected. So f . . .

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My Problem

My computer’s logic board stopped working, needed to be replaced.

My Fix

The repair was actually pretty easy and I felt proud of myself for the repair... and thankful for iFix :)

My Advice

Always be curious (but cautious)! There’s so many things you can do on your own and save money if you take the time to researc . . .

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My Problem

Broken RAM sloth, so the MacBook was working a bit slow.

My Fix

It went very well. The guide I used was very helpful and made the repair very easy! :)

My Advice

If you just follow the guide everything goes smoothly! :)

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My Problem

A few weeks ago my Macbook Pro started malfunctioning and gave me a blank white screen with a flashing folder and a question mark. I was unsure what this was and after some online research I figured it may be my hard drive. I installed a new hard drive but my Mac wouldn’t see it after going into r . . .

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My Problem

One drop or water got to the logic board

My Fix

simple replacement

My Advice

keep Mac away from ANY source of moisture

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