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It would look like the cable running from the board could be bad... but I hate to replace that if it's the motherboard.
This is a common problem with the older iBooks and even some of the older model MacBook and MacBook Pro models. Go ahead and change the cable, the most you'll be out is around $20 if it doesn't work. Check for the cable at Mac Repair - Mac Parts and Service for Apple Macbook, iPhone, iPad. I doubt the logic board is bad, but you can never tell.
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