06-22-2008, 08:25 PM #1
Are the logic board repair deals on eBay a good deal ?
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I have a couple of g3 500 ibooks, and a clamshell but I don't think the issue with that is the board. Hard to say as I've been working hard on fixing a couple of Pismo's and not had the time to devote to it (clamshell).
I'm pretty sure the ibooks have some logic board issue. I see offers to mail in your board for repair and some seem quite cheap; but then again it looks like you can get a 500 board these days on ebay for $60 or so. And then the ibook itself has a decreasing value anyway.
What do you think ?
07-02-2008, 03:18 PM #2
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What is the fault? I would just pick up a logic board off ebay or sell yours for spares. The computer, if working, is not worth a great deal anyway so its not worth spending a lot of cash on.Experienced computer user, applications programmer and component level service engineer but came to the Apple platform with intro of intel!. Pro-photographer and director of electronics company.
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