Apple MacBook Repairs

Do you have a problem with your MacBook? Is it not charging, shutting down, or showing a blank screen? Don’t worry, we can help you. Egytec are professional Apple MacBook repair experts that can fix any issue with your MacBook quickly and affordably.

We have the knowledge and the experience to diagnose and repair your MacBook using the latest tools and techniques. We can handle any hardware or software problem, such as:

We offer a free estimate and provide a 90-day warranty on all our repairs. You can drop off your MacBook at our service centre in Matlock, or send it to us via courier. We work on all models and years of MacBook, including MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Pro with Retina display.

Why Choose Egytec For MacBook Repairs?

Egytec are an Apple specialist and have over 20 years of experience in addressing a range of MacBook issues. Here’s why you should entrust your MacBook to us:

  1. Skilled Technicians: Bringing years of industry knowledge to handle any MacBook problem.
  2. Fast Turnaround Time: We strive to complete most standard repairs within 2-5 business days.
  3. High-Quality Parts: We use only top-grade parts that are fully compatible with your MacBook to ensure longevity.
  4. Competitive Pricing: Our prices are transparent, competitive, and provide excellent value for your money.

We are committed to providing you with the best customer service and satisfaction. We value your time and money, and we will do our best to get your MacBook back to you as soon as possible.

Egytec MacBook Repair Services

We offer a full spectrum of repair solutions for your MacBook:

  • Screen Repair: We resolve issues such as broken screens, dead pixels, or dimly lit displays.
  • Keyboard and Touchpad Repairs: We can fix any issues with your keyboard or touchpad, allowing you to resume smooth navigation and typing.
  • Battery Replacement: MacBooks should have a robust battery life and we offer replacements to restore battery performance.
  • RAM and Storage Upgrades: Whether you need more speed (RAM) or space (storage), we’ve got your upgrade needs covered.
  • Software Diagnosis and Fixes: Including OS problems, data recovery, malware removal, and software updates.

We treat every MacBook as if it were our own and are committed to getting it back to perfect working order.

If you need a MacBook repair service, don’t hesitate to contact us today. You can call us, email us, or purchase your repair on our website. We look forward to serving you and restoring your MacBook to its optimal performance.

Select the type of repair you need below to get a price and book your MacBook in:

MacBook Motherboard Repair

Common MacBook Problems

There are many possible problems that could affect a MacBook and require a repair. Some of the most common ones are:

  • MacBook won’t charge or turn on: This could be caused by a faulty power adapter, cable, battery, or logic board. You can try resetting the SMC, checking the battery cycle count, and using Apple’s hardware diagnostics to troubleshoot the issue.

  • MacBook keeps shutting down randomly: This could be a sign of a hardware malfunction, such as a faulty battery, fan, or sensor. You can try resetting the SMC and the NVRAM, and updating MacOS to fix the problem. If the issue persists, you may need to bring your MacBook to Egytec for repair.

  • MacBook shows a blank, grey, or coloured screen on startup: This could indicate a software or firmware problem that prevents MacOS from loading properly. You can try booting in Safe mode, updating MacOS, using Disk Utility, or reinstalling MacOS to resolve the issue.

  • MacBook has a flashing power LED or audio warnings: This could mean that there is a problem with the internal hardware, such as the RAM, processor, or battery. You can use Apple’s hardware diagnostics to identify the faulty component, or you can let us diagnose and fix the issue.

  • MacBook has a poor-quality FaceTime camera image: This could be due to a dirty or damaged camera lens, a low-resolution setting, or a software conflict. You can try cleaning the camera lens, adjusting the resolution, and updating the camera drivers and apps to improve the image quality.

  • MacBook has a slow or unresponsive keyboard or trackpad: This could be caused by dust, debris, liquid, or physical damage to the keyboard or trackpad. You can try cleaning the keyboard and trackpad, resetting the NVRAM and the SMC, and updating MacOS to fix the problem. If the keyboard or trackpad is damaged, bring it to Egytec and we will diagnose whether you it can be repaired or requires replacement.

  • MacBook has a noisy or overheating fan: This could be due to a high CPU usage, a clogged or faulty fan, or a thermal paste issue. You can try quitting the apps that consume a lot of CPU resources to see if that makes it quieter, but you should send your MacBook to Egytec for diagnosis and repair to prevent damage to the CPU.

  • MacBook has a distorted or crackling audio: This could be due to a software or hardware problem that affects the sound output. You can try resetting the NVRAM, updating MacOS, checking the sound settings, and using a different audio device to troubleshoot the issue. If the speakers are damaged, we may need to replace them.

  • MacBook has a flickering or dim display: This could be due to a software or hardware problem that affects the screen brightness or resolution. You can try resetting the NVRAM, updating MacOS, adjusting the display settings, and using an external monitor to troubleshoot the issue. If the display is damaged, we may need to replace it.

  • MacBook has a swollen or bulging battery: This could be a sign of a battery failure or a chemical reaction that causes the battery to expand. This could be dangerous and damage other components of your MacBook. You should stop using your MacBook immediately and send it to Egytec for a battery replacement.

These are some of the most common problems that require the repair of a MacBook. However, there may be other issues that are not listed here – please call us for advice. If you have an issue with MacOS rather than hardware, there are some useful tips here.