Easy Steps to Diagnose Damage to MacBook

Service MacBook - Your MacBook suddenly, sluggish, hot, often restarts, black / no display, or even your device is completely dead? Indeed, we cannot predict or predict this problem from the start, because indeed our electronic objects cannot only guess when your MacBook will have problems.

If you experience problems with your MacBook, before taking it to a service center for repair, then it's a good idea to try to do a simple initial diagnosis to find out where the damage occurred. Here are some tips for diagnosing MacBook damage that you can do:

1. MacBook Heats Fast

When you're using your MacBook, it's only been 30 minutes or so, but your device is already feeling hot like never before. Why did it happen? This could be due to a number of reasons, including the following:

  1. The headsink fan lattice that functions as air circulation both from inside and outside the MacBook is clogged with dirt that settles, such as dust or other things.
  2. The possibility of a functioning Fancooler to help the cooling process of the MacBook Processor and VGA, its performance is not optimal. This is due to the fact that the fan is worn/damaged, which occurs because the fan is dirty so it cannot rotate properly.
  3. Thermal paste that starts to dry or even is dry, so it can't be optimal to help cool the Processor & VGA on your MacBook.

Don't let the problem drag on if you don't want your MacBook to experience overhead ( black balance / no display ) or even completely shut down. The solution to this problem is to clean up the MacBook, the trick is to disassemble the MacBook and then clean the headsink fan, clean the dirty fan, and also replace the dry thermal paste. After that, reinstall the hardware that you removed as before (in place).

After that, try turning on the MacBook and check the fancooler, whether it can still work optimally or not or even it doesn't work. If the fan is not optimal or is dead, you really need to replace it. But keep in mind if you are not an expert in disassembling MacBooks, then take your MacBook to a service provider.

2. MacBook Often Restarts

There are several possibilities that make MacBooks often restart, including the following:

  1. Possible MacBook experience over head (excessive heat)
  2. The MacBook OS or hard drive is faulty or corrupt or bedsector.
  3. There has been a problem with the logicboard.

The first step you can take is to do a cleand up as described above, if that doesn't work, try checking your MacBook OS as well as the hard drive. If it doesn't work, try checking with another hard drive. If it fails then try Reinstalling your OS. If it still doesn't work, then you can buy a new Hard drive and reinstall the OS.

3. Can't Boot OS and Hourglass That Keeps Turning

When you turn on your MacBook and you wait a long time, but you don't want to publish, instead you only see an hourglass, it can happen because the OS has a problem/corrupt or when you turn off the MacBook, often without shutdown first. It can also be caused by a hard drive that has bedsector or problems in ram, or because there is a problem with the logic board. The solution to this problem is to do a pram reset.

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