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Old Dec 10, 2012, 07:31 PM   #1
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13" air hardware test 4M0T/4/40000002: Exhaust -0

Have an error code from apple hardware test "4M0T/4/40000002: Exhaust -0"

Any ideas what the issue is?

Macbook Air 13" mid 2011
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Old Dec 10, 2012, 07:39 PM   #2
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A wild guess: An exhaust fan has failed. Have you noticed your computer running hot? Loud?
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A wild guess: An exhaust fan has failed. Have you noticed your computer running hot? Loud?
No, doesn't make any noise, but it has an ssd drive and never gets hot.
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Have an error code from apple hardware test "4M0T/4/40000002: Exhaust -0"

Any ideas what the issue is?

Macbook Air 13" mid 2011
Your fan is dead/dying. Hope you have AppleCare.
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