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PowerBook - Anyone know someone who can test my CPU?


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Hello everyone,

Im having Powerbook G3 troubles. Its not turning on, i expect its the CPU.
Does anyone know where i can get my CPU tested, without sending the whole powerbook in, just the CPU? I dont have another PowerBook so i cant test it myself. Its a Lombard 400. Would like powerbookmedic do that?

Thanks if anyone can help,
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