Macbook Pro Service Manual

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  1. nylon
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    Anything like this for the 12inch g4 1.5ghz powerbook? :confused:
     
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    Check out page 106...there's no traditional heatsink, just a heat pipe running across all 3 chips. Normally there's a small heatsink with a pipe that runs to a radiator...I'm impressed.
     
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    I think the iBook fits that comment better, all other Aluminum PowerBooks except the 12" use the heatpipe with little flat areas for the chips.
     
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    1440 x 960 resolution?

    The service manual states the MBP has a 1440 x 960 resolution. Seems to be a typo, but that would be cool.

     
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    Thanks too-I always enjoy reading the Apple service manuals, along with Sony's (which provide a revision history-Apple should do that too).
     
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    It also states that the AC adaptor is the only part from the powerbook that is compatible with MBP....so I think this might be an early revision.
     

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