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I need to buy a new motherboard for my mac book pro 2008 2.4ghz 2gb ddr2 pc667 250gb there is any cheaper way... ? can i get a used motherboard ? if yes, where and how ? thanks.

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Usually thats a big NO.
Apple usually only sell spares to authorised dealers.
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