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    Noise in the Left Side

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    Unhappy Noise in the Left Side
    My Macbook Pro started to "buzz" in the left front side (where the speaker is) and it stop and comes. I think is maybe the fan working a little bit more because the temperature, but I made the Hardware test and showed the next code error:

    4MOT/1/40000002: Left_upper-front

    Im worried about it, does anybody knows about these code error?

    Please coment!

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    Noise in the Left Side
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    Quote Originally Posted by paolat View Post
    My Macbook Pro started to "buzz" in the left front side (where the speaker is) and it stop and comes. I think is maybe the fan working a little bit more because the temperature, but I made the Hardware test and showed the next code error:

    4MOT/1/40000002: Left_upper-front

    Im worried about it, does anybody knows about these code error?

    Please coment!
    How old is your MBP? If it's quite new then you should be able to get it replaced. Otherwise if it's still under warranty or you've got AppleCare - you should try calling Apple to discuss this issue.

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    Noise in the Left Side

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    In October will have a year. I found some Support Mac help than says it's maybe more than 35C temperature, and the fan got desperate...jejeje. But it's still freaky. I have so much work..and should make some backups before take it to repair. But anyway it still havent "buzz" again today.

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    Noise in the Left Side

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    Take it in. Your Mac is detecting trouble with the fans.

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    I googled up the error message, "4MOT/1/40000002: Left_upper-front" and this means that your left fan is dead. I think you need to take back your MBP for repairs pronto.

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    Noise in the Left Side

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    That'll be happening to mine pretty soon

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    Noise in the Left Side

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    thanks for comment! gracias

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    Noise in the Left Side
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    isn't that where the processor is,
    I wouldn't use the computer until you get it fixed

    Good Luck

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