MacBook Air 13" (Late 2010) I/O Board

  • MacBook Air 13" (Late 2010) I/O Board
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MacBook Air 13" (Late 2010) I/O Board

US$99.99

US$99.99

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Replace a damaged or corroded I/O board for your Late 2010 MacBook Air 13" and fix problems with charging, audio, and data connections.

  • Includes the MagSafe power, USB, and audio ports.

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  • MacBook Air 13" A1369 Late 2010

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Part #:
661-5792, 820-2861

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MacBook Air 13" Late 2010
A1369 (EMC 2392) 1.86 GHz
A1369 (EMC 2392) 2.13 GHz

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My Air had a dead battery and problems with the I/O unit. After five years I thought I should buy another one. A shame, because the Mac worked perfectly.

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The new battery and I/O unit arrived in only three days from USA to Spain, and I followed the instructions to repair. No problems. The Mac lives ag . . .

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My I/O board sustained water damage while living in humid environments for the past 4 years, and it had signs of corrosion. The most annoying problem was the intermittent charging. The battery was not in the worst shape (~1200 charge cycles), but since I was opening up the case, I decided to replace . . .

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Brought my Macbook Air late 2010 to Apple to fix the IO board because it would not charge any more and I could see that the contacts were very worn. Apple wanted to charge me $700 and demanded that I change the logic board too, because they said it looked as if is might have water damage. But I kn . . .

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A faulty power supply damaged the power in my MacBook air. The MBA was no longer charging with any power supply! A bit of online searching revealed that the MBA has a separate IO sub board, and there was a chance that it was broken and not the whole motherboard.

I used the last of the batt . . .

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