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MacBook Air Booting Issue


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I have a mac book air with logic board a1237. Up until recently it was working great. I had to replace the screen do to it getting cracked. Before i was to replace it i was able to use it via a TV, but right before I replaced the screen i noticed it will start to boot, get to the mac chime, and about 10 seconds later, if that, powers off. Does anyone have any suggestions? I have tried several commands but i still dont get even the apple screen when trying to boot.
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Did you replace the display yourself or did you have someone do it for you?
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I installed it myself. I know the routine of disconnecting the battery and so on so I know I didn't do anything. Plus, as I posted, it was working but the day before I decided to take time to replace it, it started not booting and shutting off. To clarify it started the issue before I opened anything up. After installing it no changes in the macbook's behavior.
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Did you replace the display yourself or did you have someone do it for you?


I installed it myself. I know the routine of disconnecting the battery and so on so I know I didn't do anything. Plus, as I posted, it was working but the day before I decided to take time to replace it, it started not booting and shutting off. To clarify it started the issue before I opened anything up. After installing it no changes in the macbook's behavior.
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