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Versione corrente di: iRobot ,

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Cannot Turn on MacBook Pro

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I have the same issue with my 2008 macbook pro a1260. I've replaced the adapter - no luck. shorting the power jumpers on the logic board doesn't power it up. Tested the voltage on the adapter = good. tested the volts where the magsafe port connects to the i/o board (the pins) = ok. but it won't do a thing. I'd hate to replace the i/o board when it's the logic board, and vise versa. Any better way to test each board?

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MacBook Pro

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Modifica di: Joel ,

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+Cannot Turn on MacBook Pro

Testo:

I have the same issue with my 2008 macbook pro a1260. I've replaced the adapter - no luck. shorting the power jumpers on the logic board doesn't power it up. Tested the voltage on the adapter = good. tested the volts where the magsafe port connects to the i/o board (the pins) = ok. but it won't do a thing. I'd hate to replace the i/o board when it's the logic board, and vise versa. Any better way to test each board?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro

Stato:

open

Post originale di: tech4eleven ,

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No Title (You should edit this question)

Testo:

I have the same issue with my 2008 macbook pro a1260. I've replaced the adapter - no luck. shorting the power jumpers on the logic board doesn't power it up. Tested the voltage on the adapter = good. tested the volts where the magsafe port connects to the i/o board (the pins) = ok. but it won't do a thing. I'd hate to replace the i/o board when it's the logic board, and vise versa. Any better way to test each board?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro

Stato:

open