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The MBP is new and the side & hinge vents are clear - assume I really cannot open this early 2013 model? THANKS again for the reassurance - I'll just not worry about the heat. Dave
The newer model MacBook Pro machines do not lend themselves to being opened up. Have you ever seen this notice on an electronic device?

"No user serviceable parts inside, refer service to an authorized repair facility"

That's the trend at Apple and likely will be for all future products maybe with the exception of the very expensive Mac Pro.

In other words, Dave, don't mess with it. Use your Apple care.
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