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There's a out-of-warranty replacement program running indeed. Your 15"/2012 qualifies if the VGA fails.
 
Once they determine that, they order and install a new logic board. Not to my knowledge a top case and battery which have nothing to do with the VGA.
 
On that board, RAM, CPU, VGA are soldered. They are replaced for sure alltogether.
 
The SSD is not soldered and I'm not sure they replace it, but iI do know they usually make you sign a waiver for the data and usually install a fresh OS to avoid any issues from damaged OS.
The SSD is not soldered and I'm not sure they replace it, but iI do know they usually make you sign a waiver for the data and usually install a fresh OS to avoid any issues from damaged OS.
 
My 15" retina is suffering intermittently from video issues. A local Apple Certified Service Center tested it and it failed to qualify. They gave it back as is.
 
In the meantime, I brought them so far 6 laptops 2011/2012/15" for my clients, and they all5 of them qualified and had the VGA replacedlogic board replaced for free (actually for a handling charge, as is common here). So when the laptop qualifies they say yes, and when it fails they simply give it back as is. No need or urge for them to make up a story about replacing it and make you wait 1 week for it.
In the meantime, I brought them so far 6 laptops 2011/2012/15" for my clients, and they all5 of them qualified and had the VGA replacedlogic board replaced for free (actually for a handling charge, as is common here). So when the laptop qualifies they say yes, and when it fails they simply give it back as is. No need or urge for them to make up a story about replacing it and make you wait 1 week for it.
 
On the other hand, and that's not uncommon, you could have another issue with your laptop that they missed and did not solve, such as a display issue. Or you could have software issues. When they got it, and saw it qualifies for the prigramprogram, mays be someone assumed that was it, replaced the board and missed the remaining issues. It's like when one goes to histhe doctor for some ailment and doctor finds cancer, forgets about the remaning stuff or pushes them back until cancer issue can be addressed.
On the other hand, and that's not uncommon, you could have another issue with your laptop that they missed and did not solve, such as a display issue. Or you could have software issues. When they got it, and saw it qualifies for the prigramprogram, mays be someone assumed that was it, replaced the board and missed the remaining issues. It's like when one goes to histhe doctor for some ailment and doctor finds cancer, forgets about the remaning stuff or pushes them back until cancer issue can be addressed.

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There's a out-of-warranty replacement program running indeed. Your 15"/2012  qualifies if the VGA fails.

Once they determine that, they order and install a new logic board. Not to my knowledge a top case and battery which have nothing to do with the VGA.

On that board, RAM, CPU, VGA are soldered. They are replaced for sure alltogether.

The SSD is not soldered and I'm not sure they replace it, but i do know they usually make you sign a waiver for the data and usually install a fresh OS to avoid any issues from damaged OS.

My 15" retina is suffering intermittently from video issues. A local Apple Certified Service Center tested it and it failed to qualify. They gave it back as is.

In the meantime, I brought them so far 6 laptops 2011/2012/15" and they all qualified and had the VGA replaced. So when the laptop qualifies they say yes, and when it fails they simply give it back as is. No need or urge for them to make up a story about replacing it and make you wait 1 week for it.

On the other hand, and that's not uncommon, you could have another issue with your laptop that they missed and did not solve, such as a display issue. Or you could have software issues. When they got it, and saw it qualifies for the prigram, mays be someone assumed that was it, replaced the board and missed the remaining issues. It's like when one goes to his doctor for some ailment and doctor finds cancer, forgets about the remaning stuff or pushes them back until cancer issue can be addressed.

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