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Sorry I had missed you stating the error code PFM006. A single text blob makes it hard to find things.
-Yes your system has such a callout, jump to iMac15,1 in this listing [https://logi.wiki/index.php/SMC_Sensor_Codes|SMC_Sensor_Codes]
+Yes your system has such a callout, jump to iMac15,1 in this listing [link|https://logi.wiki/index.php/SMC_Sensor_Codes|SMC_Sensor_Codes]
Key Tp2h - low 0 - high 0 - AC/DC T2 Sec Heatsink
-But just because its present doesn’t mean it’s actively being used and not all 3rd party tools offer enough info diagnostically. I’ve found the full version of [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro] offers a bit more. For 10 bucks its worth a try.
+But just because its present doesn’t mean it’s actively being used and not all 3rd party tools offer enough info diagnostically. I’ve found the full version of [link|https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro] offers a bit more. For 10 bucks its worth a try.
-I think its time to open the system up and at last give the system a good clean of dust buildup using a soft small paint brush and a can of can’ed air. Cleaning the fan blades and the heat sink fin area. Review this guide [guide|30529] make sure you use the pizza tool in the [product|IF174-060] and get two sets of [product|IF145-101] so you can remove the display without damaging it. Be sure you can do this other wise you may want to bring your system to a independent Mac repair shop as they will repair your logic board Vs telling you they need to replace it which is what the Apple Store will tell you.
+I think its time to open the system up and at least give the system a good clean of dust buildup using a soft small paint brush and a can of can’ed air. Cleaning the fan blades and the heat sink fin area. Review this guide [guide|30529] make sure you use the pizza tool in the [product|IF174-060] and get two sets of [product|IF145-101] so you can remove the display without damaging it. Be sure you can do this other wise you may want to bring your system to a independent Mac repair shop as they will repair your logic board Vs telling you they need to replace it which is what the Apple Store will tell you.
I’m hoping you will either see a loose connection or something damaged (burnt component) are you able to micro solder?

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Post originale di: Dan ,

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Sorry I had missed you stating the error code PFM006. A single text blob makes it hard to find things.

Yes your system has such a callout, jump to iMac15,1 in this listing [https://logi.wiki/index.php/SMC_Sensor_Codes|SMC_Sensor_Codes]

Key Tp2h - low 0  - high 0  - AC/DC T2 Sec Heatsink

But just because its present doesn’t mean it’s actively being used and not all 3rd party tools offer enough info diagnostically. I’ve found the full version of [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro] offers a bit more. For 10 bucks its worth a try.

I think its time to open the system up and at last give the system a good clean of dust buildup using a soft small paint brush and a can of can’ed air. Cleaning the fan blades and the heat sink fin area. Review this guide [guide|30529] make sure you use the pizza tool in the [product|IF174-060] and get two sets of [product|IF145-101] so you can remove the display without damaging it. Be sure you can do this other wise you may want to bring your system to a independent Mac repair shop as they will repair your logic board Vs telling you they need to replace it which is what the Apple Store will tell you.

I’m hoping you will either see a loose connection or something damaged (burnt component) are you able to micro solder?

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