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How can I find Bottom Rubber Feet Foot For MacBook Pro 15" A1398? Model:A1398

I searched Amazon.com and ebay.com, can not find this model.

Bad, needs to be replaced.

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Apple actually has an article specifically about this, right here. Apparently they have a rubber foot replacement kit which you can get if you contact them and request it.

Personally I would just find some soft-side velcro, felt, or some other craft material, cut out a few small circles with an xacto-knife, glue it on with Loctite (which is what Apple uses according to their article above) and call it a day.

If it really bugs you and you want someone else to cut out the little circles for you..

http://www.powerbookmedic.com/Macbook-Unibody-Feet-Replacement-Set-Black-p-23146.html

http://macdudu.en.alibaba.com/product/742059651-218052561/Rubber_Case_Foot_Feet_for_Macbook_Pro_retina_15_A1398.html

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    Has anyone ordered the feet from powerbookmedic for macpro model A1398? If so, were the feet the correct fit? – farinspace Jan 17 '16 at 19:51
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As a former Mac Genius, I can tell you it's impossible to buy the feet separately as a replacement. You will have to get the bottom "plate" replaced. If it's under warranty, awesome, if not, it's less than $20 to get.

  • Just talked to a Mac Genius today at the store and he said the bottom plate replacement cost $120 Canadian. – Jess Riedel May 11 '18 at 4:06

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