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hey, i recently acquired a dead ibook g4 and i would like to be a part of the mac workd. the problem is that i cannot afford to pay for a repair. can anybody point me to where i can get a copy of the scheme dia of said machine. i am dying to try what the fuzz about the mac. thanks for reading and hoping that someone can help me with this. thanks...
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I'm not sure where you can find a schematic diagram for an iBook G4. Perhaps a service manual might help but they are not free and hard to locate. Try this LINK for a service manual.
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thanks a bunch for the info..i'll definitely check it out...
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Not sure if you have checked that out already, but iFixit has some good guides on their site too: iBook G4 - iFixit

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