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The only way for a 'Do-It-Yourself" person to determine what part(s) are bad...is to replace the suspected "bad" part with a "good" part.

In this MBP situation it is fortunate that it has a seperate DC In Board (many newer MBP's do not)...so you could swap DC In Boards to see if that helps. But (as chscag mentioned with liquid spills)...it could also be the logic board (expensive). If it is the logic board...it is probably not worth the cost to repair.

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