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Güncel sürümün sahibi: oldturkey03 (oy detayları) ,

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still does not power on after logic board replacement

Metin:

Two years ago my MBP A1150 died. How? Basically the MagSafe will stay green, but the machine will not power on. The DVD drive will make some noise, but it will do nothing else.

i took it to Apple service and they diagnosed burned logic board please shell out 1000$ kthxbye. So the machine went in a drawer for the next two years.

Recently i bought a brand new logic board replacement on eBay at 250$ with the hope of bringing new life to the MBP. I followed the iFixIt guide for logic board replacement to the letter, and i'm pretty sure i made everything correctly.

However, when i connected to power adapter, it will: show up green, and it will not power on. The DVD drive will make some noise, but it will do nothing else.

If this sounds exactly what was happening before, then you would be right. So i'm tempted to believe the apple service did a bad/lazy diagnostic and is something else. The question is how to diagnose the source of the problem?

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MacBook Pro 15" Core Duo Model A1150

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: charlesneedspace ,

Başlık:

still does not power on after logic board replacement

Metin:

Two years ago my MBP A1150 died. How? Basically the MagSafe will stay green, but the machine will not power on. The DVD drive will make some noise, but it will do nothing else.

i took it to Apple service and they diagnosed burned logic board please shell out 1000$ kthxbye. So the machine went in a drawer for the next two years.

Recently i bought a brand new logic board replacement on eBay at 250$ with the hope of bringing new life to the MBP. I followed the iFixIt guide for logic board replacement to the letter, and i'm pretty sure i made everything correctly.

However, when i connected to power adapter, it will: show up green, and it will not power on. The DVD drive will make some noise, but it will do nothing else.

If this sounds exactly what was happening before, then you would be right. So i'm tempted to believe the apple service did a bad/lazy diagnostic and is something else. The question is how to diagnose the source of the problem?

Cihaz:

MacBook Pro 15" Core Duo Model A1150

Durum:

open