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Hi all,

My Macbook fan finally died (late-2006 Macbook Core 2 Duo, 2 GHz -http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook/stats/macbook-core-2-duo-2.0-white-13-specs.html). I have tried looking online but cannot figure out what fan I need to buy to replace this. Any help would be much appreciated. I am currently located in the UK.

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Have a look at iFixit

I think this is the part you want. The page gives the part no etc.

I'm not sure of a UK supplier but searching on the part number should help.

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http://www.batteryinc.co.uk/apple-ma...-922-7887.html

Of course . . . don't go ordering on the back of my ifo, please back check it first

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I have looked at iFixit but cannot figure out which fan to buy. I have tried looking for the following fan (because I read the number of the picture on iFixit after identifying which mac I have): ab5605hb-rbb but all I can find are used fans online.

edit: saw the above post. the part nos comment was very helpful.
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