What did I get replaced?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by c14nhl, Jul 27, 2011.

  1. c14nhl macrumors 6502

    c14nhl

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    Hi

    I recently asked a question on here regarding the failure of my MacBook Pro 17". Because this was an older model, I was told to check on the Apple website whether mine would get the free fix.

    I checked online and came across the document on the Apple site explaining the issues that had came about due to the NVIDIA 8600 GT.

    I took it to the store, and to my delight have had my laptop fixed free of charge.

    Now my question is, on my invoice, it states that item "PCBA MLB 2.4GHZ" has been replaced, with the part costing £606. Can someone break that down for me and explain exactly what's been replaced. Does MLB stand for major logic board? If so, what's all on it and would everything attached to it have to have been replaced?

    I know my way about computers when it comes to using them, but not great with internals.

    Cheers
     
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  3. c14nhl thread starter macrumors 6502

    c14nhl

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    Great!

    Thanks very much for your reply. Delighted to have got all that done for nothing.
     

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