MacBook Pro Overheating Repairs London
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Signs of a MacBook Pro overheating issue
It pays to know what to look for when dealing with potential MacBook Pro overheating issues.
The following quick identifiers which can help you distinguish whether you are indeed dealing with a MacBook Pro overheating issue.
If you’re faced with any combination of the issues below then you’ll likely need to talk with a technician.
- The MacBook feels hot to the touch, or as if it is burning
- The processor fan is noticeably loud
- The fan rattles, or fails to spin at all
- The MacBook Pro freezes when being used, and/or turns off
- The MacBook throws up unexpected error messages
- The MacBook is sometimes slow, as well as noisy
- Strange characters appear on the screen
- The laptop refuses to turn on at all
- MacBook Pro logic board faults
How can we help
We provide an uncompromising approach to our customers and a robust MacBook Pro overheating repairs London service.
This service can be performed at your home, work or another location that’s convenient to you.
And we always provide a fixed price before we begin work. Most specifically we can help by providing:
- A complete CPU cooling system service
- A cleaning of the air vents, which may be blocked
- Disassembling of the MacBook Pro to replace the fan
- Servicing that overcomes the excess heat causing parts to stop functioning
- Dust, fluff and dirt clean up that may have built up within the MacBook Pro
- Diagnosing and fixing critical overheating issues
- Overcoming issues caused by excess dust
- Diagnose and repair graphics card failure due to overheating
- Diagnose and repair BGA or GPU motherboard chipset failure
Same day onsite computer repairs
More about MacBook Pro overheating problems
If your MacBook Pro is overheating then it will feel hot to the touch, particularly in and around the vents.
Overheating is caused by a build-up of dust, fluff and dirt, which consequently blocks up the vents to prevent them from working.
A CPU’s cooling system consists of a copper pipe, a fan and air vents. When overheating occurs the electronic parts of the MacBook can become damaged, most specifically this may include the all-important BGA and GPU chips.
To this end an overheating MacBook Pro must be repaired as soon as is possible, or otherwise further (and more expensive) damage may occur.
A noisy fan is a sign that the fan is being overworked and is spinning too fast. The problem with this is that the only thing that is stopping the remainder of the components from becoming damaged further by the overheating issue is the overworked fan. All of which causes wear and tear over time.
This too signals an urgent need for a reliable MacBook Pro overheating repair service.
Rattling noises from within your MacBook Pro may indicate a broken fan. In this event it’s vital that you seek a professional service, such as the one that we provide, to confirm the problem and replace the fan with a new one as soon as you’re able.
When faced with a MacBook Pro fan that doesn't spin at all then you’ll likely also experience your laptop getting incredibly hot and eventually switching off altogether.
In this event you should refrain from using your MacBook Pro at all and book in as soon as you're able to for our MacBook Pro overheating repair service London.
If you’re dealing with a MacBook Pro that is crashing or freezing then there may be a number of reasons why this is occurring, including that it maybe overheating.
Due to the varied nature of this situation it's important that you seek a professional's opinion so that they can properly diagnose the problem.
If your MacBook Pro is providing for an unpredictable shut down then overheating may be one of the first problems to consider.
Again a professional will be able to provide a full diagnosis and you can book in with our team on 07534 998 297 for a service that is provided when and where you wish.
Amongst the many MacBook pro overheating symptoms, this may well serve to be one of the most serious.
Such errors are caused by the main (and most important) chips on the motherboard becoming too hot to function, which can then lead to serious and often fatal errors.
Once again an expert will be able to run diagnostic tests to identify whether this is the case and what can be done to rectify the issue.
If you’re faced with odd or unusual characters that are being displayed on the screen then it may be that your MacBook Pro has suffered from long term overheating issues, for which specialist diagnostic equipment and tools are required to properly diagnose and address the issue.
For a trusted service to provide a solid MacBook pro overheating fix, call to talk to our highly skilled and experienced engineers.
There are always a few things that you can do to try to prevent your MacBook or MacBook Pro from overheating or from accumulating fluff and dirt inside the cooling system>/p>
First of all keep your MacBook on a flat surface at all times if possible.
For MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models it is less of a problem because they have no air vents underneath but it is still good practice to keep the air vents clear
Invest in a good laptop cooling pad because less heat will always be a good thing for any computer