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The permanent solution is a logic board replacement or fix (which would involve reballing GPU and possibly reflowing other components at the least) but I would like to work around that for now.
Yeah, that's going to be an expensive fix. You can give the reflow a try but others who have been successful at a reflow said that it wound up being a temporary fix. I would try to find a logic board either on eBay or maybe from someone who has a broken machine that they would let go very cheap. Of course it should have a good working logic board.
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