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Topic # 152409 25-Sep-2014 14:32
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Hi,

I have been a regular reader of Geekzone and would appreciate a recommendation from the Geekzone community for a Mac repair.

We have a mid 2009 MacbookPro which does not 'see' any WiFi networks.

It seems to be hardware I have taken the unit apart and physically checked the connectors on the airport, antenna and the cord to the airport. It did briefly work after this so I believe it is a hardware fault and need to take it to a repairer so they can determine which part is faulty and replace it. (Hopefully just a cord....)

Can anyone recommend a reputable repair in Auckland, we are located in St Heliers but can travel anyway within reason.

Thanks
Rodney

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  Reply # 1137544 25-Sep-2014 14:49
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ServicePlus are pretty good.



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  Reply # 1137986 26-Sep-2014 08:40
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Thanks, this is the no.1 contender so far and they are certified and seem to do repairs for a number of retailers

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1138021 26-Sep-2014 09:36
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we take all of our corporate repairs to imagetext. Authorised apple agent and always do a good job.




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  Reply # 1138169 26-Sep-2014 12:23
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Ubertec and Imagetext are both good.

Cheers,
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  Reply # 1138201 26-Sep-2014 13:15
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If there is an issue with the antenna you are looking at lifting the display with glass as it runs along the edge of the screen.



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  Reply # 1153631 14-Oct-2014 14:16
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Thanks everyone I will contact the companies suggested and get some idea of cost.

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  Reply # 1153658 14-Oct-2014 14:41
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Ubertec. +1




 


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  Reply # 1158962 21-Oct-2014 07:26
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Ubertec did a good job on my iMac, friendly and helpful!

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  Reply # 1158968 21-Oct-2014 07:57
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+1 for  Imagetext

I had my iMac HDD replaced under warrantee there. Super impressed with their professional attitude.
They were quick and took a lot of care to ensure they got it right.

They'll have all my Apple work going forward.

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  Reply # 1159106 21-Oct-2014 11:11
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I've user Ubertech before and in fact my aging white macbook is in their to get its fans cleaned at the moment.




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  Reply # 1159114 21-Oct-2014 11:17
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openmedia: I've user Ubertech before and in fact my aging white macbook is in their to get its fans cleaned at the moment.


Question for you - did your macbook's fans spin up a lot, hence the need to get them cleaned?  I have the same Macbook and the fans can be loud with with Firefox open.  It may need a trip to Ubertech to.  Can you post back with how the work went?

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