Difference between bottom pan A1226 and A1211

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by xiayanlawrence, Oct 21, 2008.

  1. xiayanlawrence macrumors newbie

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    Oct 21, 2008
    #1
    Hi everyone:
    My 15'' macbook pro got a dent on the bottom pan recently and I decided to change it.
    But I just found out that the bottom pan that I purchased has a Model A1211, while my macbook pro is A1226.
    By comparing the photos on ifixit, I personally can't see any difference between these two bottom cases.
    Could somebody please tell me if these two pieces are interchangeable? I don't wanna dissect all the components and find out they can't fit the new bottom pan.
    First post here. Wish somebody can help me! Thank you guys very much!
     
  2. andylyon macrumors 6502a

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    Probably identical.
     
  3. ejrmcse macrumors newbie

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    Check out this website it talks about their compatibility.

    http://www.powerbookmedic.com/MacBook-Pro-Bottom-Pan-15-Case---NEW-p-16909.html

    Part Name: MacBook Pro Bottom Pan 15" Case - NEW

    Apple Part #: 922-7210 or 922-7932 or 922-8048 or 922-8368 , A1150, A1211, A1226, A1260

    Model #: N/A

    Description:


    This is a brand new bottom pan assembly for the 15" MacBook Pro. To determine which bottom pan you need, look on the bottom of your machine. In the block of text that starts... "Designed by Apple in California...Model Number", the model number of your machine is the type of bottom pan you need to order. So, for example, if the model # on the bottom of your machine is A1150, then you need to pick the option below with A1150 in the description..


    Compatible With:


    MacBook Pro (15" Models)
    To identify your model, click here!


    Suggested Items for Installation: Click to go to our Free Instructional Guides page.
    Torx T8 Screwdriver,Philips Head Screwdriver, T6 Screwdriver

    Condition: Brand New

    Warranty: 1 Year PowerbookMedic Warranty
     
  4. mfearon macrumors newbie

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    Sep 24, 2008
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    A1150- not compatible w/ a1226/1260 as they have an additional Firewire 800 porthole!

    A1150 Bottom case is not compatible w/ A1226/1260 motherboards as
    they have an additional Firewire 800 port!
    Checked via eBay photos and everymac specs!
     

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