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Macbook Pro 13" A1425 Keyboard Replacement (Late 2012-Early 2013)

0 MBP1339-A1425 | In Stock

NZ$44.99 inc GST

Macbook Pro 13" A1425 Keyboard Replacement (Late 2012-Early 2013)

MBP1339-A1425 | In Stock

NZ$44.99 inc GST

  • Replacement US English keyboard
  • Suits Macbook Pro 13" A1425 (Late 2012-Early 2013)
  • Suitable replacement if your keyboard or certain keys are malfunctioning
  • P/N: 661-7016, 607-9612, 818-2985
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Product Details

Replace a damaged, dirty, corroded, or malfunctioning keyboard compatible with a model A1425 13" MacBook Pro with Retina display from Late 2012- Early 2013

 

Part Includes:

  • Replacement US Keyboard
  • 12 Month Warranty

 

Please Note

The aluminum upper case, backlight and keyboard screws are not included.

Specifications

  • Part Type: Replacement keyboard
  • Compatible Part Number: 661-7016, 607-9612, 818-2985
  • Keyboard Type: US version
  • Connection: Ribbon Cable
  • Warranty: 12 Months
How do I find my Model number?

Compatible Model Numbers

  MacBook Pro 13" Early 2013
Model Number (A Number)
  • A1425
EMC Number
  • EMC 2672

Part number icon Macbook Pro 13" 2013 How do I find my Model number?

Model Identifier
  • MacBookPro10,2
Device Number (M Number)
  • MD212
  • ME662
* 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".
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 MacBook Pro 13" Late 2012
Model Number (A Number)
  • A1425
EMC Number
  • EMC 2557

Part number icon Macbook Pro 13" 2012 How do I find my Model number?

Model Identifier
  • MacBookPro10,2
Device Number (M Number)
  • MD212
  • MD213
* 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".
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Installation Help

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Checkout the video above for assistance in completing this repair


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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 (0508 IGADGET) 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
  • Make sure you always unplug the battery before attemping any component removal
  • When removing the keyboard, you will need to remove the backlight first. Be careful not to damage the backlight and then you can reuse it. If you do damage it we do sell replacement backlights
  • When removing the backlight, use a blade and go carefully around the edge of the backlight to release the adhesive. If using the same backlight, we recommend using some double sided tape to stick the backlight back down at the edges to avoid light leakage
  • When the keyboard is removed, there is a lot of rivets that will need to be removed so you can screw in the new keyboard. This video explains how to use plyers to do this. You will need keyboard screws to install the new keyboard

What’s In The Box

  • 1x A1425 Macbook Pro Keyboard Replacement 2012-2013

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