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=== Your Drive Issue ===
Maybe this will help explain things with your hard drive problems: [https://beetstech.com/blog/prevent-a1278-mid-2012-hard-drive-cable-failure|Your Hard Drive Cable Is A Ticking Time Bomb]
 
This is a common issue in the unibody series the newer 13” models seem to have more failures.
 
The cable fails over time either from the abrasion of the case or because the cable fatigued at the bends as the person who put it in over did the bend by creasing it which damages the the foil wires within it.
 
Here’s the needed part: [product|IF163-041] and here’s the guide to put it in [guide|10379]
 
=== Your Keyboard Issue ===
Clearly you also have a keyboard issue as well from the oil spill. Some oil isare acidic and can corrode the metal parts as well as degrade/melt plastics asplastics. As you didn’t tell us what kind of oil I can’t tell you if you need to be aggressive in cleaning it up.
Clearly you also have a keyboard issue as well from the oil spill. Some oil isare acidic and can corrode the metal parts as well as degrade/melt plastics asplastics. As you didn’t tell us what kind of oil I can’t tell you if you need to be aggressive in cleaning it up.
 
It maybe time to think about just replacing the keyboard. The easiest way is to just swapout the uppercase assembly [product|IF163-027] and here’s the guide to do it [guide|10377]

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'''Your=== Your Drive Issue'''
Issue ===
'''Your=== Your Drive Issue'''
Issue ===
Maybe this will help explain things with your hard drive problems: [https://beetstech.com/blog/prevent-a1278-mid-2012-hard-drive-cable-failure|Your Hard Drive Cable Is A Ticking Time Bomb]
 
This is a common issue in the unibody series the newer 13” models seem to have more failures.
 
The cable fails over time either from the abrasion of the case or because the cable fatigued at the bends as the person who put it in over did the bend by creasing it which damages the the foil wires within it.
 
Here’s the needed part: [product|IF163-041] and here’s the guide to put it in [guide|10379]
 


'''Your
=== Your Keyboard Issue'''
Issue ===


'''Your
=== Your Keyboard Issue'''
Issue ===
Clearly you also have a keyboard issue as well from the oil spill. Some oil is acidic and can corrode the metal parts as well as degrade/melt plastics as you didn’t tell us what kind of oil I can’t tell you if you need to be aggressive in cleaning it up.
 
ItIt maybe time to think about just replacing the keyboard. The easiest way is to just swapout the uppercase assembly [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Early-2011-Mid-2012-Upper-Case/IF163-027?o=1product|IF163-027] and here’s the guide to do it [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Unibody+Mid+2012+Upper+Case+Replacement/10377guide|10377]
ItIt maybe time to think about just replacing the keyboard. The easiest way is to just swapout the uppercase assembly [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Early-2011-Mid-2012-Upper-Case/IF163-027?o=1product|IF163-027] and here’s the guide to do it [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Unibody+Mid+2012+Upper+Case+Replacement/10377guide|10377]

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'''Your Drive Issue'''
 
Maybe this will help explain things with your hard drive problems: [https://beetstech.com/blog/prevent-a1278-mid-2012-hard-drive-cable-failure|Your Hard Drive Cable Is A Ticking Time Bomb]
 
This is a common issue in the unibody series the newer 13” models seem to have more failures.
 
The cable fails over time either from the abrasion of the case or because the cable fatigued at the bends as the person who put it in over did the bend by creasing it which damages the the foil wires within it.
 
Here’s the needed part: [product|IF163-041] and here’s the guide to put it in [guide|10379]
 
Clearly

'''Your Keyboard Issue'''

Clearly
you also have a keyboard issue as well from the spilloil spill. Some oil is acidic and can corrode the metal parts as well as degrade/melt plastics as you didn’t tell us what kind of oil I can’t tell you if you need to be aggressive in cleaning it up.

It maybe time to think about just replacing the keyboard. The easiest way is to just swapout the uppercase assembly [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Early-2011-Mid-2012-Upper-Case/IF163-027?o=1] and here’s the guide to do it [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Unibody+Mid+2012+Upper+Case+Replacement/10377]
Clearly

'''Your Keyboard Issue'''

Clearly
you also have a keyboard issue as well from the spilloil spill. Some oil is acidic and can corrode the metal parts as well as degrade/melt plastics as you didn’t tell us what kind of oil I can’t tell you if you need to be aggressive in cleaning it up.

It maybe time to think about just replacing the keyboard. The easiest way is to just swapout the uppercase assembly [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Early-2011-Mid-2012-Upper-Case/IF163-027?o=1] and here’s the guide to do it [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Unibody+Mid+2012+Upper+Case+Replacement/10377]

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Maybe this will help explain things with your hard drive problems: [https://beetstech.com/blog/prevent-a1278-mid-2012-hard-drive-cable-failure|Your Hard Drive Cable Is A Ticking Time Bomb]
 
This is a common issue in the unibody series the newer 13” models seem to have more failures.
 
The cable fails over time either from the abrasion of the case or because the cable fatigued at the bends as the person who put it in over did the bend by creasing it which damages the the foil wires within it.
 
Here’s the needed part: [product|IF163-041] and here’s the guide to put it in [guide|10379]
 
Clearly you also have a keyboard issue as well from the spill

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Maybe this will help explain things with your hard drive problems: [https://beetstech.com/blog/prevent-a1278-mid-2012-hard-drive-cable-failure|Your Hard Drive Cable Is A Ticking Time Bomb]

This is a common issue in the unibody series the newer 13” models seem to have more failures.

The cable fails over time either from the abrasion of the case or because the cable fatigued at the bends as the person who put it in over did the bend by creasing it which damages the the foil wires within it.

Here’s the needed part: [product|IF163-041] and here’s the guide to put it in [guide|10379]

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