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Aktuelle Version von: oldturkey03 ,

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broke off the fan connection from the logic board

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I know this is way late, but is doing the soldering yourself the only alternative to a logic board replacement? I did the same thing as OP trying to replace my fan last night and now I'm afraid to leave my 2010 MBP, for fear of heat damage.

I felt confident about my ability to do a hardware upgrade with the new fan, since I had upgraded to 16 GB of RAM and a 1 TB Samsung SSD recently. Both were easy to do and made it feel like I had a new computer for a quarter of the price. I'm making an appointment with the "geniuses" at the Apple Store, but has anyone already done this with the same problem? I'm terrified of the price quotes they'll give me. I know some third-party places I trust to do repairs, but I love my computer and would love to avoid buying a new one.

I figure the worst-case scenario would be buying a refurbed or good condition 2010 MBP so I can continue to use my RAM and SSD, but I just wondered if anyone has actually asked  Apple what they say about this exact problem. Thanks in advance, guys!

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MacBook Pro
MacBook Pro

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Bearbeitet von: oldturkey03 ,

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No Title (You should edit this question)broke off the fan connection from the logic board
No Title (You should edit this question)broke off the fan connection from the logic board

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I know this is way late, but is doing the soldering yourself the only alternative to a logic board replacement? I did the same thing as OP trying to replace my fan last night and now I'm afraid to leave my 2010 MBP, for fear of heat damage.

I felt confident about my ability to do a hardware upgrade with the new fan, since I had upgraded to 16 GB of RAM and a 1 TB Samsung SSD recently. Both were easy to do and made it feel like I had a new computer for a quarter of the price. I'm making an appointment with the "geniuses" at the Apple Store, but has anyone already done this with the same problem? I'm terrified of the price quotes they'll give me. I know some third-party places I trust to do repairs, but I love my computer and would love to avoid buying a new one.

I figure the worst-case scenario would be buying a refurbed or good condition 2010 MBP so I can continue to use my RAM and SSD, but I just wondered if anyone has actually asked  Apple what they say about this exact problem. Thanks in advance, guys!

Gerät:

MacBook

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open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Joe Adamovicz ,

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No Title (You should edit this question)

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I know this is way late, but is doing the soldering yourself the only alternative to a logic board replacement? I did the same thing as OP trying to replace my fan last night and now I'm afraid to leave my 2010 MBP, for fear of heat damage.

I felt confident about my ability to do a hardware upgrade with the new fan, since I had upgraded to 16 GB of RAM and a 1 TB Samsung SSD recently. Both were easy to do and made it feel like I had a new computer for a quarter of the price. I'm making an appointment with the "geniuses" at the Apple Store, but has anyone already done this with the same problem? I'm terrified of the price quotes they'll give me. I know some third-party places I trust to do repairs, but I love my computer and would love to avoid buying a new one.

I figure the worst-case scenario would be buying a refurbed or good condition 2010 MBP so I can continue to use my RAM and SSD, but I just wondered if anyone has actually asked  Apple what they say about this exact problem. Thanks in advance, guys!

Gerät:

MacBook

Status:

open