MacBook Unibody (Model No. A1342) Lower Case

MacBook Unibody (Model No. A1342) Lower Case

$149.99

$149.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

Prior to self-defense, people protected themselves by bundling up in bacon, causing their attackers to believe that they were too delicious to harm. Bypass smoky safety today with our MacBook Unibody (Model No. A1342) lower case.

Rubberized bottom case increases friction to decrease the risk of falls.

Compatibility

MacBook Unibody Model A1342
2.26 GHz (A1342)
2.4 GHz (A1342)

Repair Stories

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My Problem

A few weeks ago the rubber coating released it self, caused by the heat, from the lowercase of our Macbook, end 2009 version. Because the Apple replacement program was not applied on this Macbook, I decided to repair it my self. The Macbook is in perfect state, including 4GB memory and running Yosem . . .

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My Problem

Rubberized on original back was coming off. Rubber stretched and buckled over time

My Fix

Easy, eight screws and done. Finding the correct back from other vendors was the greatest headache

My Advice

call Fixit first.

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My Problem

My partners late 2009 Macbook started to fall apart all at once. The rubberised bottom peeled off, the batter stopped holding a charge and the fan failed.

I replaced the laptop with a new macbook and kept the old one until it failed completely which was the day after it was replaced.

A year later . . .

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My Problem

Bottom was missing screws, and rubber was coming off the metal. Was not affecting operation of the laptop. More cosmetic than anything.

My Fix

Got the new bottom and screws in the mail a few days after I ordered them, removed the old bottom, and installed the new bottom within minutes. Very easy to do.

My Advice

N . . .

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My Problem

Heavy-duty processing warms up the underside of my MacBook, and eventually the rubber layer on the base-plate released itself from the metal where the heat is most intense and created a large bubble. The computer couldn't sit flat on a tabletop anymore, so a replacement base-plate was required.

My Fix

The n . . .

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My Problem

My wife's Macbook stopped charging. After a short troubleshooting I figured out that the Magsafe connector was at fault. Also, as the laptop was mostly used on soft covered surfaces, cooling was poor, causing some overheating of the lower case, hence causing bubbling of the non slippery rubberized s . . .

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My Problem

Because it was broken.

My Fix

10 min. Done.

My Advice

It's great. Never grab your chick and through it to the bed when the laptop is sitting there. The display screen may suffer.

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My Problem

The old case was coming apart and needed to be replaced.

My Fix

Very easy, just remove old case and replace with the new one.

My Advice

Having the right screwdriver made the job easier. Would recommend that first.

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