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iBook - Need Some Clamshell Help Asap!!!!!

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Hi all, i need a :doctor: and some of your brains on this one, i sold a logic board to a person on ebay that was working when i sent it out. They got it and took it to a computer repair person and they said it isn't working, and the logic board is bad. here is what they told me happened: "they said that it powers up but it gets stuck on the hour glass thing" this sounds to me like a HD problem, anyone that can help this person out would be an awesome person
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