MacBook Pro 15" (Model A1150) Right Fan

  • MacBook Pro 15" (Model A1150) Right Fan
MacBook Pro 15" (Model A1150) Right Fan

$29.99

$29.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

Make sure you have identified your MacBook Pro correctly. You can use our Identify Your Mac.

If your screen is facing you, this is the fan on the right side of the machine. Includes fan and surrounding metal bracket.

Worse than spending a weekend with a Swedish supermodel, living with an inanimate object hotter than yourself often results in feelings of inadequacy, depression, and unbridled ice cream infatuations. Best your 15" MacBook Pro's hotness and avoid the empty calories by replacing its worn-out right fan today.

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Repair Stories

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My Problem

This is my fairly new Dell XPS 13 (9360), 7 months old. The battery stopped working so I ordered a new one to replace it.

My Fix

Disassembly / reassembly as specified in the IFIXIT article worked exactly as specified. I removed the original battery, opened up the package I had ordered with the new battery, . . .

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My Problem

No power, dead battery, etc.

My Fix

I decided to do a couple of other errands since I was going to be in the area :) .... so I replaced the Fan ( ...still good but 9 years old ! ) , Subwoofer/Right Speaker, & the Left Speaker ( BOTH speakers bad ; buzzy, garbled sound ...) , as well as the defective MagSaf . . .

My Problem

I broken the display.

My Fix

With your help very early.

My Advice

How long do i have warranty?

My Problem

Had to change micro SD card slot in Nintendo switch. Super glue got into it.

My Fix

Good

My Advice

Don’t use super glue near a nintendo switch.

My Problem

The battery died from age and repeated charges.

My Fix

I was able to remove the battery without difficulty after carefully following all the steps listed--and will all the recommended tools I purchased from ifixit. Now I'm just waiting on my new watch battery to arrive from an outside vendor, so that I can . . .

My Problem

Dead swollen battery & slow memory

My Fix

Pretty Smooth some of the screws were hard to loosen up.

My Advice

I was at first affraid of opening the computer to make the repairs & put it off for years . I wish I had done it sooner.

My Problem

My optical drive had failed sometime in the past. I rarely used it. Recently I was doing upgrades to other components and decided to replace the Superdrive.

My Fix

The repair went very well. I was surprised when the internals of my MacBook did not quite match the repair guide. I had to rely on some per . . .

My Problem

Battery expired

My Fix

Video made it easy along with the tools I purchased

My Advice

I would just say that whomever is considering doing this buy the tools. They are a few bucks but made this job simple.

My Problem

Tried to remove battery to replace original that was not holding a charge very long

My Fix

The blue pry tools got the chassis opened, with a little effort to get the front/back separated

My Advice

The small locking tabs that hold circuit strips are very small and take no effort to open. Unfortunately for me, the blue . . .

My Problem

My tablet was stuck on bootloop for a few months, and after flashing every stock ROM file I could find, I found that it was the motherboard that was faulty.

My Fix

The repair was easier than I thought, and it took less time than I thought! It was my first time repairing hardware so it was really exciting to . . .

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