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Replace DC-in, after heat damage done by lotion

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-> Is it possible to exchange the power in? <-
-Can i use a non-macbookpro but macbook power part?
Or maybe i can clean it, if its not destroyed now?
I had shampoo running and the power in started smelling bad + got burned.
The laptop started normaly first though, just that i dont have a battery the laptop shutdown/crashed.
Edit: now, after one year, i checked the laptop again by plugging the (actually there is written AC)Adapter in. -> the LED doesnt glow like it is not charging, BUT there was a continous click sound (or bump) coming from that power-in [electrons?] part at about 145 beats per minute, not that loud but loud enough to be heard in a quite room
+(Can i use a non-macbookpro but macbook power part as well?)
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MacBook Pro 15" Core Duo Model A1150

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Modifica di: ab90 ,

Titolo:

Replace DC-in, after heat damage done by lotion

Testo:

-Is it possible to exchange the power in?
+-> Is it possible to exchange the power in? <-
+Can i use a non-macbookpro but macbook power part?
-Or maybe i can clean, if its not destroyed now?
+Or maybe i can clean it, if its not destroyed now?
I had shampoo running and the power in started smelling bad + got burned.
The laptop started normaly first though, just that i dont have a battery the laptop shutdown/crashed.
Edit: now, after one year, i checked the laptop again by plugging the (actually there is written AC)Adapter in. -> the LED doesnt glow like it is not charging, BUT there was a continous click sound (or bump) coming from that power-in [electrons?] part at about 145 beats per minute, not that loud but loud enough to be heard in a quite room
-[image|1173392] [image|1173791][image|1173790]
+[image|1173392]
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+[image|1173791]
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+[image|1173790]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Core Duo Model A1150

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Modifica di: ab90 ,

Titolo:

Replace DC-in, after heat damage done by lotion

Testo:

Is it possible to exchange the power in?
Or maybe i can clean, if its not destroyed now?
I had shampoo running and the power in started smelling bad + got burned.
The laptop started normaly first though, just that i dont have a battery the laptop shutdown/crashed.
-Edit: now, after one year, i checked the laptop again by plugging the (actually there is written AC)Adapter in. -> the LED doesnt glow like it is not charging, BUT there was a continous click sound (or bump) coming from that power-in [electrons?] part at about 145 beats per minute, not that loud but loud enough to be heard in a quite room [image|1173392]
+Edit: now, after one year, i checked the laptop again by plugging the (actually there is written AC)Adapter in. -> the LED doesnt glow like it is not charging, BUT there was a continous click sound (or bump) coming from that power-in [electrons?] part at about 145 beats per minute, not that loud but loud enough to be heard in a quite room
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+[image|1173392] [image|1173791][image|1173790]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Core Duo Model A1150

Stato:

open

Modifica di: ab90 ,

Titolo:

Replace DC-in, after heat damage done by lotion

Testo:

Is it possible to exchange the power in?
+
Or maybe i can clean, if its not destroyed now?
I had shampoo running and the power in started smelling bad + got burned.
-The laptop started normaly first though, just that i dont have a battery the laptop shutdown/crashed.
+The laptop started normaly first though, just that i dont have a battery the laptop shutdown/crashed.
-Edit: now, after one year, i checked the laptop again by plugging the (actually there is written AC)Adapter in. -> the LED doesnt glow like it is not charging, BUT there was a continous click sound (or bump) coming from that power-in [electrons?] part at about 145 beats per minute, not that loud but loud enough to be heard in a quite room
+Edit: now, after one year, i checked the laptop again by plugging the (actually there is written AC)Adapter in. -> the LED doesnt glow like it is not charging, BUT there was a continous click sound (or bump) coming from that power-in [electrons?] part at about 145 beats per minute, not that loud but loud enough to be heard in a quite room [image|1173392]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Core Duo Model A1150

Stato:

open

Modifica di: ab90 ,

Titolo:

Replace DC-in, after heat damage done by lotion

Testo:

-Is it possible to exchange the power in.
+Is it possible to exchange the power in?
+Or maybe i can clean, if its not destroyed now?
I had shampoo running and the power in started smelling bad + got burned.
-The laptop started normaly first though, just that i dont have a battery the laptop shutdown/crashed.
+The laptop started normaly first though, just that i dont have a battery the laptop shutdown/crashed.
+
+Edit: now, after one year, i checked the laptop again by plugging the (actually there is written AC)Adapter in. -> the LED doesnt glow like it is not charging, BUT there was a continous click sound (or bump) coming from that power-in [electrons?] part at about 145 beats per minute, not that loud but loud enough to be heard in a quite room

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Core Duo Model A1150

Stato:

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Post originale di: ab90 ,

Titolo:

Replace DC-in, after heat damage done by lotion

Testo:

Is it possible to exchange the power in.

I had shampoo running and the power in started smelling bad + got burned.

The laptop started normaly first though, just that i dont have a battery the laptop shutdown/crashed.

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Core Duo Model A1150

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open