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PowerBook - Where to buy parts online?


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Hi all, I was wondering where to buy parts for PowerBook G4 15" HighRes?

I am looking for left and right fan and maybe a heat sink.

What is a heat sink for anyway? The reason for this is that my laptop has been overheating, and feels burning to the skin. Not really usable as a 'lap'-top anymore. It is way too hot.

I think the fans are a problem.
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These sites might have what your looking for:

Apple Powerbook G4 Parts for Repair - Aluminum 15 inch

PowerBook G4 Aluminum 15" Parts - iFixit

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