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iBook Logic Board - Anything better than replacement?


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I have a G3 iBook which has had it's logic board replaced by apple twice in the last year. Now I am getting fuzzy screens or blank screens again and I am probably going to send it back to apple for yet another replacement logic board. Then after a few months I will probably have the same problem.
So I am wondering if anybody has found a better solution to this problem. Has apple after multiple replacement logic boards offered any other solution to one of you or have you found another practical solution to this problem?
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I don't know of other solutions, but maybe you could get on the phone to support and ask them if they can maybe offer you a refurbished model instead, as in your case the logic board alone doesn't seem to be the problem...

Also maybe try writing to s.jobs@apple.com, that normally gets things moving
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