Apple Care, Repair Service "codes"

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by kill-your-tv, Feb 5, 2007.

  1. kill-your-tv macrumors member

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    Brandy New to the forums. Long time reader. Stoked to be here!:cool: Anywho I sent my MBP C2D in for misc. repairs. Got it back with a sheet that lists what they repaired on the machine. Im looking for a "key" that explains what replacement parts were used. My sheet looks like this:

    016-0023 Restore OS Software

    678-0543a DA HLDS GWA-4080MA 9.5MM 6x SUPERDRIVE

    632-0431 FLEX ASSY,ODD,(M59) MBPRO 15''

    630-7919 PCBA,2.16GHZ,128VRAM SS,MURA-CAP,M59

    I think I know what a few of them are but want to verify. Any help would be much appriciated.:D
     
  2. e12a macrumors 68000

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    well the first one is self explanatory

    looks like you got a replacement LG superdrive. (which supposedly isn't any better than the Panasonic (matshita) uj-857d)

    i'm not sure about the rest...maybe new logic board?
     
  3. kill-your-tv thread starter macrumors member

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    Anyone know what 632-0431 & 630-7919 are exactly???
     
  4. CanadaRAM macrumors G5

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    632-0431 FLEX ASSY,ODD,(M59) MBPRO 15''
    Flex Assembly, Optical Disk Drive for a MacBook Pro 15"

    630-7919 PCBA,2.16GHZ,128VRAM SS,MURA-CAP,M59
    Printed Circuit Board Assembly, (probably the motherboard)

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  5. mick4394 macrumors 6502a

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    Flex Assembly = Cable
     
  6. Jedda macrumors regular

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    Fairly major repair.

    Your machine is sporting a new logic board, new flex cable (links the logic board to optical drive) and a replacement optical drive (SuperDrive).
     

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