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hi folks, new forum user here

I have a macbook pro 2.6 ghz from early 2008, if I remember correctly

I think I need a new left fan, but I'm not sure how to identify it. There is not a serial on the bottom of the machine, as it is worn off

thanks for your help

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G'day and welcome to the forums.

The 2.6GHz introduced in February 2008 is model No. A1260, a MBP 4.1.

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15" or 17" ?

if 15" it is a MacBook Pro 4,1 model A1260

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cool, thanks a a lot--it is a 15" and the 4,1 you mention sounds familiar...

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