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    Jul 14, 2008
    MBP no power magsafe fried dc/board
    My magsafe fried my dc board on my MBP. I just replaced the dc(or left i/o) board and mbp is still not working. Has anyone had this problem? I could see on the actual board where the power fried the parts.. I dont see any problem with the logic board. The battery has no power, so I cant test the computer that way..

    any suggestions?


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    Mar 03, 2008
    Annapolis, MD
    Macbook, 2.2 GHz, 4GB RAM
    Are you eligible for Apple coverage so you can call them? Sometimes it's hard to tell when an electrical board has a problem - could be the motherboard got part of it fried also. You probably should check it out also.

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