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My macbook that ive had for nearly 6 months has started to make a noise coming out of the right side of the computer I was releaved to find out that it is not the Hard drive but the fan it making a clicking sound basically every revolution i was wondering is this worth of taking it in or is there a way to clean it.
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I had the same thing happen to my g4 powerbook, you have to take it in. It will be covered under apple care.
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My macbook that ive had for nearly 6 months has started to make a noise coming out of the right side of the computer I was releaved to find out that it is not the Hard drive but the fan it making a clicking sound basically every revolution i was wondering is this worth of taking it in or is there a way to clean it.
It sounds like your fan went dead.. apple will cover that under warranty.


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I had the same problem. I couldn't bear to be without my MBP, so I just leave it and play music all the time to cover the sound.

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