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The two power pads are located directly above the trackpad connection on the logic board.
 
The can be seen clearly in step 15 of [guide|765|iFixit's guide]
 
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Image pulled from the same guide I linked to above and modified to highlight the power pads
[image|316919|align=left]image|316919|align=center]
Image pulled from the same guide I linked to above and modified to highlight the power pads
 
Bridging these two pads, using a T6 or flat head screwdriver, with power supplied to the Mac should force it to power on. If the Mac still refuses to power on then you might disconnect the keyboard (the flat flex ribbon connection outlined in the red square) as a stuck power button can prevent the power pad method from working. Sometimes just disconnecting/reconnecting this keyboard connection can resolve the issue you describe as well.
 
Good luck!

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Post originale di: LikeARabbit ,

Testo:

The two power pads are located directly above the trackpad connection on the logic board.

The can be seen clearly in step 15 of [guide|765|iFixit's guide]

[image|316919|align=left]

Bridging these two pads, using a T6 or flat head screwdriver, with power supplied to the Mac should force it to power on.  If the Mac still refuses to power on then you might disconnect the keyboard (the flat flex ribbon connection outlined in the red square) as a stuck power button can prevent the power pad method from working.  Sometimes just disconnecting/reconnecting this keyboard connection can resolve the issue you describe as well.

Good luck!

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