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Macbook Pro 15" A1286 Left Speaker (Mid 2009-2010)

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Macbook Pro 15" A1286 Left Speaker (Mid 2009-2010)

MBP1529L-A1286/2009
  • Replacement Left Speaker 
  • Suits Macbook Pro 15" A1286 (Mid 2009-Mid 2010)
  • 12 Month Warranty
  • Replacement Left Speaker 
  • Suits Macbook Pro 15" A1286 (Mid 2009-Mid 2010)
  • 12 Month Warranty
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Product Details

Replace a left side low frequency speaker in your 2009-2010 MacBook Pro 15" laptop and fix issues with sound output.

An aging or malfunctioning speaker may have buzzing noises, cut out unexpectedly or just have one side not working. Restore your laptop's sound quality with this replacement part.

 

Part Includes:

  • Replacement Left Speaker
  • Wired cable with connector
  • 12 Month Warranty

 

Please Note

When looking at your screen with the Macbook open, this is the speaker on the left side.

Please Note

This part will either be brand new or an A-Grade Used Genuine Apple replacement

Specifications

  • Part Type: Loud Speaker
  • Connection: ZIF Flex
  • Warranty: 12 Month Warranty
How do I find my Model number?

Compatible Model Numbers

MacBook Pro 15" Mid 2010
Model Number (A Number)
  • A1286
EMC Number
  • EMC 2353

Part number icon Macbook Pro 15" 2010 How do I find my Model number?

Model Identifier
  • MacBookPro6,2
Device Number (M Number)
  • MC371
  • MC372
  • MC373
* Please note, to make searching the device number (M Number) easier, we have only listed the part numbers (First 5 characters), we have removed the region numbers as there is no difference in parts. For example, if "M Number" is "MC922LL/A". we remove the "region" portion and everything after (the "LL/A" at the end) leaving us with "MC922". More info Less info
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MacBook Pro 15" Mid 2009
Model Number (A Number)
  • A1286
EMC Number
  • EMC 2325

Part number icon Macbook Pro 15" 2009 How do I find my Model number?

Model Identifier
  • MacBookPro5,3
Device Number (M Number)
  • MB985
  • MB986
* Please note, to make searching the device number (M Number) easier, we have only listed the part numbers (First 5 characters), we have removed the region numbers as there is no difference in parts. For example, if "M Number" is "MC922LL/A". we remove the "region" portion and everything after (the "LL/A" at the end) leaving us with "MC922". More info Less info
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Installation Help

zero cycle

Checkout the video above or step-by-step guide below for assistance in completing this repair

iFixit Macbook Pro 15" A1286 Left Speaker Replacement Guide


safety certification

Here is some tools you may need to help you complete the repair.


chipset

Here are some helpful tips to assist you in completing a safe repair on your device. If you are unsure of something or have any quesions, please feel free to contact us either by phone ((+420)448756330) or by email

  • Always track your screws to avoid putting back in the wrong place and damaging your device. You can draw a picture of your laptop and tape the screws to the right places or use a screw mat
  • Always power down your device prior to working on it
  • To find out which speaker is broken, go to Apple Logo>System Preferences>Sounds and adjust the balance left and right while music is playing to check which side is providing muffled or distorted sound

What’s In The Box

  • 1x Macbook Pro 15" A1286 Left speaker replacement