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Aktuelle Version von: oldturkey03 (Bewertungsdetails) ,

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Loud fan after dropping the MBP on tiles

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I had only had my Retina MBP for a week when disaster struck! I was carrying it under my arm to another room when it slipped from my grasp & fell on the tiles of my lounge room floor, landing on the corner. There is a small dent, which I am not too concerned about, but I am concerned about the right fan. It is rather loud – noticeable at all times. I know that Apple doesn't cover accidental damage under warranty, so I was thinking of prying off the bottom cover and having a poke around. Is this something I may be able to fix without voiding warranty by removing stickers etc?

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

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open

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Bearbeitet von: Andrew Optimus Goldheart ,

Titel:

Loud fan after dropping the MBP on tiles

Text:

I had only had my Retina MBP for a week when disaster struck! I was carrying it under my arm to another room when it slipped from my grasp & fell on the tiles of my lounge room floor, landing on the corner. There is a small dent, which I am not too concerned about, but I am concerned about the right fan. It is rather loud – noticeable at all times. I know that Apple doesn't cover accidental damage under warranty, so I was thinking of prying off the bottom cover and having a poke around. Is this something I may be able to fix without voiding warranty by removing stickers etc?

Gerät:

-MacBook Pro with Retina Display
+MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Jayphen ,

Titel:

Loud fan after dropping the MBP on tiles

Text:

I had only had my Retina MBP for a week when disaster struck! I was carrying it under my arm to another room when it slipped from my grasp & fell on the tiles of my lounge room floor, landing on the corner. There is a small dent, which I am not too concerned about, but I am concerned about the right fan. It is rather loud – noticeable at all times. I know that Apple doesn't cover accidental damage under warranty, so I was thinking of prying off the bottom cover and having a poke around. Is this something I may be able to fix without voiding warranty by removing stickers etc?

Gerät:

MacBook Pro with Retina Display

Status:

open