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MacBook Air (Original) Fan and Heat Sink

  • MacBook Air (Original) Fan and Heat Sink
MacBook Air (Original) Fan and Heat Sink

39,99 $US

39,99 $US

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Détails du produit

Description

Description

An aging fan may become noisy and inefficient or simply fail and stop spinning, leaving your model A1237 MacBook Air to overheat and eventually damaging your processors. Replace a defective fan and heat sink to fix overheating problems or to keep your laptop running quietly.

La pièce de rechange inclut

La pièce de rechange inclut

  • Fan
  • Attached Heat Sink

Compatibilité

Compatibilité

  • 1.6 or 1.8 GHz Original MacBook Airs

Spécifications

Spécifications

Part #:
922-8316

Vidéo d'installation

Compatibilité

MacBook Air Models A1237 and A1304
EMC 2142 1.6 GHz (Original)
EMC 2142 1.8 GHz (Original)

Histoires de réparations

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Mon problème

The fan was making a whistle noise... and the CPU was too hot for MBA to work normally.

Ma solution

Changed the fan. Cleaned the inside of the laptop from dust…

Mon conseil

Clean the inside at least twice a year…

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Mon problème

Existing fan was loud

Ma solution

The repair went according to instructions. I like how all the different screws are identified. Made it really easy for reinstallation.

Mon conseil

Ifixit shows instructions on how to remove the fan from the heatsink but does not offer the option of buy the fan only. I had to buy the heatsink . . .

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Mon problème

The machine began to run a little hot with excessive fan activity. Eventually no fan, just a faint clicking sound and rising temperatures, which I diagnosed from various blogs as fan failure.

I hadn't checked the heatsink vs processor temperatures so couldn't confirm the state of the heat sink / . . .

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Mon problème

So, my original MacBook Air's fan started making a *horrible* very, un-Apple-like screeching sound. I added some lubrication and that helped a little, but in the end it appeared the fan unit itself had just worn out after working at thousands of RPMs for many hours thru the years.

Ma solution

The repair took abo . . .

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