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3TB/2TB replacement drive assembly for WD My Book Thunderbolt Duo?


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Anyone know where I can locate replacement drive assemblies for My Book Thunderbolt Duo?

Is there a specific Model Number for the drive available.

Connectivity for use on iMac 27 [2011 model] and MacBook Pro [2011 model].
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