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Broken macbook pro 13 mid 2009


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HI, i new here and i want to ask something, how much can I ask for a broken macbook pro 13" with only broken logic board, everything else working good. its a standard pro 13" model, 2,26, 160gb, 2gb ram, etc
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That's a strange request since it's obvious the machine is still under warranty and Apple would normally repair - replace the logic board for free.

Would you mind explaining a bit further so we can provide an answer?

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How would you know if everything else is functioning properly when the motherboard isn't working? If you really want to sell your Macbook Pro, get a replacement of the motherboard at Apple and then sell it.
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that was water damage, not on the keyboard (top case was closed) but from the botton, i think from the rj-45 socket. i know that everything working fine cuz mbp was in apple authorized service and they told me that
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